We love this upcycled succulent planter idea for gifting that special lady in your life (we’re thinking Mother’s Day around here!). It’s easy and homemade, beautiful and beneficial.
Heirloom vegetables are by definition non-genetically modified. These old time vegetables preserve our history, our health, and our variety in foods, all extremely important reasons to grow them at home! Here are 8 easy options to get started with.
Gardening is big around here, and fresh herbs are one of our favorite culinary delights! The problem is, we can’t always keep them growing outside during cold weather seasons, so an indoor herb garden is ideal.
Many people grab a bottle of RoundUp and head out to kill weeds growing in their sidewalks. But there’s a cheap, non-toxic way to battle those pesky weeds!
Learn how to grow microgreens indoors without toxic plastic so your nutritious organic sprouts don’t end up ruined with endocrine-disrupting chemicals
Sounds crazy that the right shampoo could help you save the planet, right? Reducing waste in landfills is daunting but this shampoo is the first step!
The Romans used fermented cabbage to treat intestinal infections and we’re using it to boost probiotics and digestive enzymes necessary for proper digestion.