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Invite the birds into your yard with this simple bird feeder made from a toilet paper roll.
Find out what’s in your paper products with Greenpeace’s Recycled Tissue and Toilet Paper Guide.
Of our daily water use, 75 percent is consumed in the bathroom. Changing our habits can cut back on our use. Natural Home editor-in-chief Robyn Griggs Lawrence advises on how to save water and energy in the bathroom.
The Sun-Mar composting toilet uses a first-of-its-kind technology to deliver a pollution-free and sanitary product that can save owners up to 27 percent in water costs.
Try this award-winning recipe from 1963 to make sweetly wonderful cinnamon rolls.
Love the taste of buttery super market rolls? Replicate the flavor at home with this homemade buttery rolls recipe.
Natural Home assistant editor Kim Wallace gives in to paper towels. Find out why.
Recycled holiday cards from Paperworks Studio are not just great for the planet—they provide jobs for people with disabilities.
Natural Home assistant editor Kim Wallace recounts her two weeks without paper towels.
Follow a young environmental enthusiast through daily and long-term changes.
Don’t have extra money to drop on expensive picture frames or fancy artwork? Editorial intern Amanda Thompson discusses simple ways to spruce up any room in your house at no cost.
BuildingGreen’s 2010 Top 10 Green Building Products list includes a low-flow toilet, composite decking, a high-performing wall system and other products that conserve energy and resources.
Alka-Seltzer can give your cleaning routine a little extra fizz. Try it for unclogging drains and cleaning toilets.
A California couple is hitting the road in a greened-up Airstream to share and gather lessons on living sustainbly.
Matts talks about how he will be eco-friendly this holiday season by using green wrapping paper that won't cost him a cent.
Kim takes on a new eco-challenge at her apartment: Is it possible to keep naturally beautiful and clean without paper towels?
Jessica discusses the eco-profile of the soy candles, recycled glassware, recycled-content paper and vintage and handmade wedding decor.
Designed to be a comfortable, modern home with a minimum impact on the environment, the Cube generates its own energy and proves that you don't have to sacrifice creature comforts to live in a small space.
Replacing paper towels with rags is a super simple step toward sustainable living. Follow these simple tips to get disposable paper towels out of your house. You'll never miss them.
Today's a great day to follow our tips for creating a home office that's easy on you and light on the planet.
Jessica's favorite green gifts for the upcoming holiday season are stylish and eco-friendly.
Use scraps and other 'trash' to wrap gifts—and forego the wasteful virgin paper.
After picking out colors and a design theme, guest blogger Erica Binns turns her attention to finding eco-friendly wedding invitations and stationery for her green wedding.
Using recycled giftwrap as a table runner makes for an easy, inexpensive and eco-friendly DIY wedding decor project.
Cleaning your reusable shopping bag regularly will help protect your family against illness.
Jessica offers a sneak peek of her biodegradable wedding, which featured recycled glassware, handmade decor, recycled paper table runners, biodegradable plates and cups and soy candles.
The recent trend towards e-readers may cut back on environmental impact, but they also take away the tangible qualities of reading a book.
Guest blogger Erica Binns continues her search for eco-friendly stationery with a hunt for wedding thank-you notes and silk flowers for her green wedding.
Natural Home assistant editor Kim Wallace picks out her favorite Linda and Harriet stationery to use as Valentine's Day cards.
With a little do-it-yourself effort, wooden shutters found at flea markets and antique stores can turn into shelves, room dividers and other home décor.
Christmas may have passed, but the remnants of the holiday festivities remain—piles of wrapping paper, boxes, and ribbons tangled strands of lights trees losing needles all over the living room floor. Fortunately, cleaning up after another holiday season is easier—and more
Reading books from your local public library is a greener alternative to buying new books.