Like many towns and urban neighborhoods in New England, most of those in Connecticut are built around a central green. Simply having homes facing what is essentially a big open lawn or park, however, does not make a neighborhood green. It takes more than that, and there are a number of towns and cities in the state that have embraced the idea of going green.
Choirs that bring together community singers and choirs that train young voices can be found in many parts of the state. Here are but five of the many great choirs of Connecticut.
For Connecticut to truly go green requires the work and donations of countless volunteers. Get involved with one of these great organizations to create a greener Nutmeg State.
Farm-to-table and locally and organically grown ideas are now being adopted by many top chefs at their expensive restaurants. Check out these green Connecticut restaurants to get a taste of great food that you can feel good about eating.
Going solar is not for everyone, not yet, but it is becoming easier and more affordable, especially as there are more companies, options and government help than ever before.
Kashia Cave, founder of My City Kitchen in Meriden, provides some gluten-free recipes for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday.
Being eco-friendly often starts with the salon itself, using recycled or natural products with a minimal amount of chemicals. Read on for some of the greenest salons in Connecticut and start to feel good about getting your hair done.
Finding organic clothes in Connecticut is not easy, but here are three stores where all of the clothing – and everything else – is natural and organic.
Being sustainable at the holidays is not as hard as most people think – it just means thinking outside of and without the box. Here are just five suggestions for sustainable holiday gifts in Connecticut.
A good meal can be had almost anywhere, but a great meal, well, that takes some hunting and some traveling, and fortunately Connecticut has a lot of great little places where the food is the destination.