This revolutionary fabric cleans your entire home with just water, eliminating the use of expensive paper towels and toxic chemical cleaners that may affect your health.
What are the Proven Ways to Protect Yards and Outdoor Spaces to Keep Family And Pets Safe
Tick populations are growing and each year, approximately 300,000 people in the U.S. are diagnosed with Lyme disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Now, a new species of bacteria, Borrelia mayonii, is causing greater concern, with far worse symptoms.
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After years of environmental destruction, China has spent billions of dollars on the world's largest reforestation program, converting a combined area nearly the size of New York and Pennsylvania back to forest.
The government-backed effort, known as the Grain-for-Green Program, has transformed 28 million hectares (69.2 million acres) of cropland and barren scrubland back to forest in an effort to prevent erosion and alleviate rural poverty. While researchers around the world have studied the program, little attention has been paid to understanding how the program has affected biodiversity until now.
Do you know any college-bound students pursuing degrees in music, theatre, art, dance, visual arts, writing or graphic design? They’ll want to make plans to attend the National Association for College Admission Counseling’s (NACAC) Atlanta Performing and Visual Arts College Fair. The event, hosted by ArtsBridge Foundation on Monday, October 10 from 5-8 pm at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, is free and open to the public.
Dead Bees: Collateral Damage of Mosquito Spraying
You may or may not be an environmentalist, but a part of nature that everyone should support is the humble bee. It's thought that every third bite of food that you take is there because of pollination by bees. Honey, when raw and unprocessed, may even be used as a wound covering for burns and other injuries due to its antibiotic effect.
A Guide to Exploring Local Flavor Using Cultivated and Foraged Ingredients by Stan Hieronymus; Foreword by Dogfish Head Founder Sam Calagione
The growing hunger for locally sourced food is not a trend that has been blind to beverages, beer included. And while Americans have brewed beers using native ingredients since pre-Columbian times, a new wave of brewers has always been at the forefront of the locavore movement. The latest release from Brewers Publications, Brewing Local: American-Grown Beer by Stan Hieronymus, introduces brewers and drinkers to the ways herbs, flowers, plants, trees, nuts and shrubs flavor distinctive beers. The foreword is delivered by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery founder Sam Calagione, a longtime enthusiast for using local and unique ingredients in beer.