In today's world most everyone is concerned with going green and making the smallest carbon footprint possible. We want to help you go green while still being frugal, helping you save money and the environment.
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In many parts of the country, Mother's Day marks opening day for home gardeners. The threat of frost is fading while warmer weather is just around the corner. In planting your garden this year, consider the financial return you'll receive on each plant, based on monetary investment.
Recycling old computers used to be a real problem. Nobody wanted them so they sat in our basements gathering dust. Today's e-waste industry, however, has changed things for the better. Here are eight tips on where you can recycle your old electronics.
Chemical dyes are harsh, can ruin a fabric, and aren't so hot for the environment. Did you know it's still possible to dye fabrics naturally? You'll need some plants, a pot, rubber gloves and a few other supplies, but it's not as difficult as you may think.
Drying vegetables doesn't mean your extra produce will necessary taste like dust. With a bit of know-how and the right tools, everything from beans to tomatoes can be home dried and still maintain much of their nutritional content and flavor.
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