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Composting & Water Saving
Offset the cost of buying potting soil, plant food, and even water by making your own compost. And, as your compost grows, the compost that forms... Learn More >>
Safety & Emergency Preparedness
In addition to organic and eco-friendly products, Living Organic recognizes that those concerned about the health of their families are also... Learn More >>
Food Storage & Preservation
Storing and preserving your own food is a great way to eat healthy and save money. Whether it be food you're grown your self or picked up at the... Learn More >>
Healthy & Eco-Friendly Living
Having a healthy and eco-friendly life affects not only you and your family but the world around you. If you're thinking about leading a more eco... Learn More >>
Organic & Eco-Friendly Food
We are all part of the environment so supporting organic agriculture doesn’t just benefit you, it helps the whole world. For the vast majority of human... Learn More >>
Organic & Eco-Friendly Cooking
Interested in organic cooking? if you want to eat healthier and do your part to help the environment then you're in the right place! Learn More >>
Organic Gardening & Farming
Everyone has heard the term “farm to fork” and the importance of food taking a quicker route from the fields to our homes. More and more people are... Learn More >>
Organic & Eco-Friendly Personal Care
Using your purses and wallets is the most effective way to promote companies to remove these chemicals from their products. Protect your health... Learn More >>
Organic & Eco-Friendly Office
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Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency
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Homesteading & Self-Sufficiency
The idea of self-sufficency and homesteading deals with taking control of our dependency to make a healthier, happier life. Homesteading comes from... Learn More >>
Organic & Eco-Friendly Clothing
There are many ways that clothing can be eco-friendly. First off they must be produced using organic, recycled, or renewable fibers. Learn More >>
An essential how-to on powering your home with sun, wind, water, and more. For readers wanting to save money-and the planet-by using alternative energy, this book provides everything they need to know. The five basic sources are fully covered: sun, wind, water, earth, and bio. The benefits, what is needed, and whether it will work for a particular home are all carefully laid out in this comprehensive overview: a Solar energy for home heating, water heating, and electricity a Wind power, hydrogen, and micro hydro power a Heat pumps-air, geothermal, and water source a Heating with wood and going bio
Wind and Water describes conventional hydropower, or wind power, and some of the newer technologies (with less certain futures) that are being introduced to harness the power of ocean currents, ocean waves, and the temperature difference between the upper and lower layers of the ocean. The strengths and limitations of each technology are discussed as well as mathematical models that describe the maximum amount of energy that can be harnessed by such devices. This comprehensive new volume also examines how these power producers benefit from government support and the economics of operating these types of generating stations. An interview with Dr. Stan Bull, former associate director for science and technology at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, is included in which he shares his views about how scientific research is and should be managed, nurtured, and evaluated.
Catch the Wind takes readers on a journey that will teach them about wind energy and the importance of making environmentally responsible choices. It was developed with input from educators and experts from within the wind industry. Children can follow Nels, an inquisitive boy, as he visits a wind farm with his father to discover the power of the wind. Diagrams of wind turbines and their components as well as key terms, defined in a glossary, make up the educational content of Catch the Wind. While exploring topics such as renewable energy, the history of wind power, and the steps to building a wind farm, Catch the Wind also raises awareness of wind power as a viable source of clean, renewable energy.
This is Carol Bowen's sequel to her "Basic Basics Combination and Microwave Handbook," and it follows the same formula as an A to Z compendium. The reader looks up the fruit, the vegetable, the fish, the meat, the sauces, cakes or herbs, and there are quick guidelines on freezing each type of food. The author also explains how a freezer works, gives advice on choosing and siting a freezer, insurance, cleaning, maintenance, what to do in emergencies, packaging and accessories, freezing techniques and defrosting, refreezing and thawing as well as storage times.
"The Wind at Work" traces the history of windmills and how their design and function have changed over time. It includes more than a dozen wind-related activities such as conducting science experiments, cooking a traditional windmiller meal, sewing windmill patterns, and keeping track of household energy use. Information on how wind turbines (modern windmills) can produce energy as an alternative to nonrenewable fossil fuels is covered as well.
Lasagna Gardening: A New Layering System for Bountiful Gardens: No Digging, No Tilling, No Weeding, No Kidding!
A gardening system that works-- so you don't have to!Turn in your tiller for a stack of old newspapers! Replace your shovel with a layer of grass clippings! Let Pat Lanza show you how you can create lush, successful, easy-care gardens in practically any location without hours of backbreaking digging or noisy tilling.* Practical, first-person advice from an experienced gardener* Great ideas to let you spend more time enjoying your gardens and less time working in them* Specific "lasagna" techniques for the most popular vegetables, flowers, herbs, fruits, and more
Johnson door replacement extruded vinyl door bottom. 1/2'' H. x 1 3/4'' W. x 35 3/4'' L.
The PetZen Dogtread Treadmill gives your dog a great workout rain or shine. Keeping your best friend happy and healthy is easy with the DogTread dog treadmill. Dogs are happiest when they receive adequate exercise. The Dogtread treadmill relives excess energy and can curb destructive behavior often associated with the lack of regular exercise. The DogTread treadmill increases muscle definition, toning, improves vitality and increases life span. Dogs naturally love to exercise and play so treat your pet to an enjoyable and "good for them" bit of exercise. Features: Training guidelines manual Programmable time and distance Adjustable speed: .3 to 5.0 MPH Running area: 28.7” x 13.7” Motor: 90 v dc/.5 HP Incline options: 0% and 14% Recessed lift handles Space-saving design Safety start and stop Assembled size 44”x21”x20” Breeds up to 30lbs
Hard times aren't just coming, they are here already. The recent economic collapse has seen millions of North Americans move from the middle class to being poor, and from poor to hungry. At the same time, the idea of eating locally is shifting from being a fringe activity for those who can afford it to an essential element of getting by. But aside from the locavores and slow foodies, who really knows how to eat outside of the supermarket and out of season? And who knows how to eat a diet based on easily stored and home preserved foods? Independence Days tackles both the nuts and bolts of food preservation, as well as the host of broader issues tied to the creation of local diets. It includes: How to buy in bulk and store food on the cheap Techniques, from canning to dehydrating Tools--what you need and what you don't In addition, it focuses on how to live on a pantry diet year-round, how to preserve food on a community scale, and how to reduce reliance on industrial agriculture by creating vibrant local economies. Better food, plentiful food, at a lower cost and with less energy expended: Independence Days is for all who want to build a sustainable food system and keep eating--even in hard times. Sharon Astyk is a former academic who farms in upstate New York with her family. She is the author of Depletion and Abundance, the co-author of A Nation of Farmers, and she blogs at www.sharonastyk.com.
The Big Book of Preserving the Harvest: 150 Recipes for Freezing, Canning, Drying, and Pickling Fruits and Vegetables
Remember how grandmother's cellar shelves were packed with jars of tomato sauce and stewed tomatoes, pickled beets and cauliflower, and pickles both sweet and dill? Learn how to save a summer day - in batches - from the classic primer, now updated and rejacketed. Use the latest inexpensive, time-saving techniques for drying, freezing, canning, and pickling. Anyone can capture the delicate flavors of fresh foods for year-round enjoyment and create a well-stocked pantry of fruits, vegetables, herbs, meats, flavored vinegars, and seasonings. "The Big Book of Preserving the Harvest" introduces the basic technique for all preserving methods, with step-by-step illustration, informative charts and tips throughout, and more than 150 recipes for the new or experienced home preserver. Among the step-by-step tested recipes: Green Chile Salsa, Tomato Leather, Spiced Pear Butter, Eggplant Caviar, Blueberry Marmalade, Yellow Tomato Jam, Cranberry-Lime Curd, Preserved Lemons, Chicken Liver Pate, and more.
Over-sized LCD showing speed, time, distance, incline, calories burned and heart rate. 6 Challenging preset exercise programs. Dual-stage soft drop folding. Patented swing arm shock absorption system. 20 in. x 55 in. Whisper weave tread belt. Powerful yet quiet 2.5 HP motor. Over-sized LCD console. Heart rate control. Superior stability. 9 Storable user profiles. Warranty: 5 Years on frame 1-Year on motor, controller board and electronics 90 Days for all other parts . 75 in. L x 36 in. W x 61 in. H This machine represents an ultimate solution for anyone looking for a cost-effective, space-saving treadmill.
Stansport 627 Emergency Survival Waterpaks (64 Pack) Stansport 627 Emergency Survival Waterpaks (64 Pack) Features: Purified drinking water in 4227 fluid ounce packets Specifically packaged for emergency use in high impact metallized packets Five year extended shelf life without risk of corrosion or contamination 64 packets or 8 quarts to a carton
You can preserve just about everything-from soup to nuts. Food contamination scandals, the rising cost of food, organic eating, and better nutrition-all these factors contribute to the upsurge in interest in food preservation. While there are many books on canning, freezing, and pickling foods, few are as comprehensive as "The Complete Idiot's Guide(r) to Preserving Food," in which readers learn how easy and beneficial food preservation can be with detailed, step-by-step instructions. *The sales of Ball(r) jars for preservation have jumped 28% in the past year, indicating a strong increase in interest in preserving food *The author is a Master Food Preserver with over 40 years of expertise *Advice on preserving for special needs diets is unique to this book *Provides instructional photos
Fire Blanket Unique, simple-to-use products for emergency burn care do not require a water source or special training. Can be used for all types of burns. When applied, blanket immediately cools the skin, eases pain, helps calm the victim and protects the wound from further contamination. Standard size blanket is used to extinguish flames on a burning victim. Comes in handy canister.
Improves aeration. Acts as a natural sponge. Enhances decomposition. Eco Friendly alternative to peat moss. Absorbs water reduces odors. Made from 100 percent natural coco fiber. 8 in. L x 4 in. W x 2 in. H (1.43 lbs.) Good Ideas Inc brings you coco fiber a new eco-friendly alternative to peat moss. Peat moss is extracted from peat bogs that take thousands of years to form and years to recover and therefore is not a readily renewable resource. Peat bogs are part of a sensitive ecology that supports unique wildlife. Help protect peat bogs by using coco fiber a renewable resource that helps retain nutrients and balance moisture in composers and will continue to benefit your garden long after it leaves the composter. Using a completely natural, renewable resource for composting and gardening needs is definitely a good idea.