You know what it means to eat well—organic fruits and vegetables, cage-free eggs and grass-fed meats may be mainstays of your menu. But when you consider that the average woman applies more than 200 chemicals to her skin each day and sixty percent of these chemical are further absorbed into the [...]
Composting is becoming more and more popular. It is happening all over Bucks County, and fall is a great time for you to start. While you’re raking up those autumn leaves, think about how much they could help your spring vegetable garden. It takes more than just leaves to make good [...]
“You’ve got to make hay while the sun shines” is not just an expression. What it really means is that when you are blessed with sunny, dry conditions in June, you cut hay like there is no tomorrow. Actually, you cut hay either way, because it’s grown, and your animals will [...]
So, you’re saying you’ve spent too many winters with ice on your bedroom windows—on the inside? That you just installed a room air-conditioner in that south-facing guest room for your parents’ week-long visit—even though you have central air? That some of your windows won’t open any more, and your doors rattle [...]
The dream was three-fold: put the freshest, best-tasting and most nutritious food on the table, keep dollars in the community by supporting local producers, and make this bounty available to families from one central location.
It is a concept whose time has come. Or more accurately, whose time has come again. [...]
Green. Sustainability. LEED. These terms are tossed about a lot lately.
Sustainability and health are two main aspects of environmental commitment. The chemical pollution in the world is having an alarming impact on the health of present and future generations. The options for going green are increasing; homeowners have a wide range [...]