[Previous 100-mile adventure posts: Part I and Part II] A secret of the Santa Monica farmers' market: It's heaven for ethical carnivores (If you believe that phrase to be an oxymoron, skip to paragraph 3). Looking for free range, organic, grass-fed
It doesn't matter where you live, you know about LA. Those two letters bring words like "smog," "sprawl," and "traffic," straight into any brain that hears them. LA is a marvelous place, as long as you don't have to drive anywhere. But, you may also
[Previous 100-mile adventure post] Do you ever get eco-overwhelmed? Let me explain what I mean. I'll think: I should do the 100-mile diet. Then, I'll think: I should start a porch garden for my 100-mile-diet. Then, I'll think: I should start a compost
The Toyota Camry has been the top-selling vehicle in America for eight of the last nine years. This year, the 2007 version was unveiled with a hybrid option. The hybrid system bumps mileage from 24/34 mpg to 40/38 mpg but the price stays reasonable at
OK, we admit up front to being a tad cynical, but let's soldier on regardless. Nine car makers took on the Design Challenge set by The Greater Los Angeles Auto Show, to imagine "a time when all vehicles have technology allowing the public to enjoy
Samuel Moyer is out to change the way we look at modern furniture. His work offers an interesting contrast between old and new, minimal modernism and organic warmth. Working with reclaimed wood, he takes the over 100 year-old relics of another time and
Artecnica are a product design studio with a difference, not only do they make beautiful and innovative products, but they make products with a conscience. When I was in LA recently I went to meet the co-founder and art director of Artecnica, Tahmineh
Our calendars clicked over to fall late last week, and even though the dog days of summer are now behind us, there's a lot to look forward to during fall. Here are some of our favorite things about fall.
Our readers are an inquisitive bunch, and many have set out on their own to create their own TreeHugger dwellings (or improve the one they've already got) after asking us a little advice about building materials.