You may feel the pressure, know that it's getting down to the wire to get that perfect Father's Day gift and get it sent, or maybe you didn't even realize that this sunday is Father's Day. Not to worry, the gang over at
Ever wish you could to tell a computer company exactly what a "dream computer" is supposed to be like? Well here is your opportunity, thanks to Intel and ASUS - both of whom have had greener computers on the brain for awhile now.
Red wigglers of course Pictured here with a smaller batch of the wrigglers, she's already known as the "compost queen" of Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. Now Andilee Warner is taking that title a bit farther than most by proposing to
Watch how one Convenient Truths entrant reduces her carbon footprint by vermicomposting, or using worms and a compost bin to turn kitchen and garden waste into rich, odorless compost. By combining vermicomposting with recycling, she is
At least that's what kids on the worm patrol at Zellerbach elementary school in Camas, Oregon Washington have discovered can be the case with vermicomposting, as they've undertaken the task of separating out the easily compostable parts of school lunch,
Levitt Goodman Architects, known to Treehuggers for their great prefabs, decided that worm composters were ugly, and didn't fit in a modern condo, so they designed the Vermicondo, a multi-level condo for worms. From The Star: "There are no nicely