We’re having a week-long celebration to honor Earth Day and on Wednesday we’re learning about some green products to make your home more eco-friendly. Some of the ideas might blow your mind. We spoke with the experts at Natural Built Home to get some ideas on making homes greener.
If you’re looking for a place to rent, keep this list of questions handy.
While most fans protect themselves by the grace of the poncho, Target Field uses a little more sophisticated technology.
The latest in eco-friendly technology will be on display at The Living Green Expo, which opens this weekend on the Minnesota State Fairgrounds.
They are some of the busiest of all city workers this time of year and you’d definitely notice if they didn’t show up to work: Street sweepers. We had one eco-friendly viewer write us to see: What happens to all the sand and leaves the street sweepers pick up?
Put on your knickers and spikes and head toward the skyway. The sixth annual Skyway Open teed off Friday afternoon in downtown Minneapolis.
For a lot of us, the choice is easy: we’re real tree or fake tree people.
Minnesota 2020, a St. Paul think-tank, wants you to consider green gifts this holiday season. They have released a report saying sustainable, locally-made goods are best for the state’s economy and environment.