Keepin’ It Green: The Week in DIY: 300 New Ways to See the Great Outdoors, the World’s Most Stunning Gardens, and More
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|The Week in DIY: 300 New Ways to See the Great Outdoors, the World’s Most Stunning Gardens, and More
Each week, we highlight some of our favorite projects from our friends at Treehugger and Planet Green to help inspire your inner DIYer.
5 Ways We Harm Trees (and Simple Alternatives to Protect Them)
Trees are one of our most important resources, but we don’t always treat them as well as we should; here’s how to change that.
Make Abstract Art with Crayon Nubs
Before you drop those crayon ends in the trash, try this easy, kid-friendly project.
Sierra Club has 300 Ways to Get Outdoors
Take in all the majesty of the great outdoors with more than 300 adventures — from “wilderness challenges” to family games — suggested by the Sierra Club.
Bluefin Tuna Sells for $396,000
At a cost of more than $520 per pound, this bluefin is the world’s most expensive fish — but what’s the environmental cost of the sale?
5 of the World’s Most Amazing Gardens
Plants become art at these stunning gardens from around the world.
No Yard? Here’s How You Can Still Make and Use Compost
Apartment dwellers, look here: You can make the most of your food scraps with these tips for indoor composting.
The Tanning Bed Diet! Bronze Snacking on These Six Veggies and Fruits
Skip the tanning bed with these healthy, low-cost menu ideas that leave you with a summery glow.
One Hot Idea: Heating a Building with Body Heat
At Central Station in Stockholm, Sweden, customers’ body heat is converted into building heat.