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EcoForms Plant Pots

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Biodegradable homes for spring plantlife. $49.95

Late starters, catch up on spring planting with this set of six EcoForms,  made from compressed grain husks with natural, water-soluble binding agents. EcoForms are built to withstand extreme temperatures, with efficient drainage systems and insulation to keep plants happy and healthy. The manufacturing process uses no pollutants, all byproducts are recycled, and at the end of their......read more

Spring Succulent Collection

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It's spring! Brighten up the crib with six mini succulents in handpainted pots $78.00

Spring is officially here, so it's time to spruce up the pad. After your annual spring cleaning session, you may as well take the next step by adding a dose of color and life to your spot. For those of us with neither the will nor skill to pot and maintain spring flowers, The Sill's miniature succulent collection will do just the trick. The easy-care succulents can get by on very little......read more

Corkit

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Cork winestoppers transformed into sustainable flower pots $8.00

Light, durable, and sustainable, cork makes an excellent choice of material for all manner of consumer products. Even better is when the cork itself is recycled, as is the case with Besta Cork, a Scranton, PA.-based startup which partners with Cork Reharvest to create products from recycled wine corks. Among Besta's early offerings is Corkit, a cheap, non-toxic......read more

Food Tripping Across America: Baton Rouge, LA

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Food Tripping locates the best local spots in the South

As Louisiana's second biggest city, Baton Rouge sits comfortably on Interstate 10, making it a perfect place to explore on any cross-country roadtrip. Begin at Truly Free Bakery, where they bake the most delicious organic treats from scratch with all natural, organic ingredients. Endless healthy food options makes Truly Free a great place to start your day. Don't pass up the breakfast tacos......read more

Here Comes the Sun

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American homeowners are flocking to solar power--and not just in the usual Southwestern hotspots

American homeowners are increasingly relying on the sun to meet much of their hot water and electricity needs. According to the Solar Energy Industries Association, residential electricity produced by solar in the first quarter of 2013 was almost 10 times higher than that generated in 2008. That's a huge upswing, but the potential for more is what's really impressive. So what's stopping more......read more

Living Pots by Design Nobis

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These sustainable cultivation are units made from 100 percent reclaimed materials

Turkey-based "sustainable design center" Design Nobis has a solid portfolio of green design products, including these Living Pots made from 100 percent recyclable and reused materials. The cultivation units are constructed from bent reclaimed metal pieces and industrial scrap wood, and can be used for growing plants, herbs and mushrooms in both personal and industrial applications. Driven by the......read more

Green Development Hampered by Nimbyism

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Eco projects face opposition in progressive hotspots from Brooklyn to Berkeley.

If we were asked to name the top two strongholds of eco-consciousness in America, we'd probably say Brooklyn on the east coast and Berkeley on the west. Hell, we even gave Brooklyn it's own web series. But not everyone in these liberal bastions is down for the greater environmental good. When it comes to green development, self interest runs rampant. In Park Slope, Brooklyn, a new bike lane......read more

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