Springtime has sprung – soon flowers will be blooming and vegetables will be sprouting. Maybe your garden needs a little jumpstart, but there’s no need to flood the soil with artificial chemicals. Jobe’s produces a line of 100% organic fertilizers that deliver fast and effective results.
Rainwater is an amazing resource, and it’s totally free. Rain barrels are great for small gardens, but finding a good place for them can be tough. And what if you want to collect larger quantities of water, or safely store drinking water? The Rainwater HOG is the answer you’ve been looking for.
A Grillworks grill is a natural-wood-burning shrine to open-flame gourmet cooking, with features (and a price tag) to match.
Part of the reason behind an eco-friendly home is to make it healthier for everyone who lives there, and taking a spill on an icy sidewalk or driveway certainly isn’t healthy. Many common ice melting products are pretty bad for pets, vehicles, and the environment – but luckily there are alternatives.
Just unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show, the Goal Zero Yeti 150 is a solar generator to keep bigger devices like laptops powered up off the grid. It’s a portable all-in-one design that emits no exhaust fumes, unlike gasoline or diesel generators.
Paving stones for walkways and patios should be beautiful – but they also need to be practical, durable, and affordable. And what if they happened to be eco-friendly enough to qualify for LEED certification credits?
A good garden hose isn’t just durable. It also won’t contain nasty chemicals that might leach into the water flowing through it to contaminate your drinking water or vegetable garden. Water Right offers high-quality, American-made polyurethane hoses free of lead and other potentially toxic additives.
Low-power solar lights are a great option for providing a bit of illumination in outdoor spaces like yards & walkways. They require no wiring from your home’s electrical system, and use only the energy that the sun’s rays provide.
These ingenious composite pavers are one of the coolest products we’ve seen in a while. They’re durable and easy to install, plus they’re amazingly eco-friendly: made from recycled material with a low embodied energy content, permeable for drainage, and offering substantial LEED credits.