Connecticut is green – with much to attract the ecotourist. From its beaches and forests to its arboretums and vineyards, The Nutmeg State has a great deal to offer those who wish to recreate themselves amidst natural surroundings.
What’s an average homeowner (or home renter) to do to shave a few dollars off their heating bills – and still keep their home and its inhabitants safe, healthy and at least reasonably warm? Here are few simple, common sense tips to make the winter heating bill a little less painful.
Green and furniture should go together naturally, real wood pieces of furniture can last for generations. Here are five furniture stores in Connecticut that are green – in either the products they sell or the way they run their company, or both.
When trying to determine what is best for the environment, there are several options we are faced with. Here are some helpful and simple pointers to lead a greener lifestyle.
Water is a necessity for all living things and it is considered to be a renewable resource because it can be reused and we acquire more of it when it rains. We must start being more conservative with its usage, especially in arid regions.
Get ideas about what types of foods are fun and healthy for your child so you can ensure even the pickiest eaters are getting their nutrition.
Learn about the different architects that are utilizing their creative skills to develop green infrastructure throughout the US.
Water is a precious resource and we should not waste it. Learn how to clean your clothes efficiently without racking up the energy and water bills.
Connecticut has embraced recycling and has done so at every level – from the state government and town councils to start-up e-companies and even churches.
Landscapers and landscape architects come in many varieties, but more and more of them are going “green”, by designing ecologically friendly, environmentally sound and sustainable lawns, gardens and yards. Here are just a pair of such green landscapers in Connecticut.