Walking into the nature center on a bright sunny south Florida Sunday what could be any better?
LIVING GREEN First Annual SolarDay to be held on Sunday, June 21 the First Day of Summer The first annual SolarDay (www.solarday.com) will be held nationwide on the...
If you need bee relocation assistance, I highly recommend Sharon’s Garden Honey.
Living Green Five Tips for an Eco-Friendly Holiday Season By Christine Smith The holidays are an excellent time to reduce our impact on the environment, start new...
Everyone is familiar with drains in their house. If drains get clogged and water backs up into the sink, you have a problem.
We are trained to think that if a product has a "green" label that it is better for us, whether it is healthier, more efficient or environmentally-friendly
Living Green COMMON INDOOR AIR POLLUTANTS AND HOW TO ELIMINATE THEM By Jathy Garcia Owning a well constructed home that’s energy efficient is what residents in West...
According to the EPA, school buses drive 25 million students about four billion miles every year in America.
But did you know that you can make your faucets last longer, and that all faucets, old and new, can help conserve huge amounts of water?
The Everglades National Park is one of only three places on Earth to be named as a Wetland of International Importance, a World Heritage Site, and an International Biosphere Reserve.