DIY: Natural Egg Dyes

Whether or not you celebrate Easter specifically, eggs are a natural symbol of Spring. Here are some great ways to get beautiful, natural, colors with items you probably already have your kitchen! These dyes are best left overnight, so clean out a couple of mason jars as well. Once you’ve mixed your dyes, place as… Continue reading »

Making Easter A Little “Greener”

Hippy Hop to a greener Easter. Here are some easy ways to make a difference! Eggs Dye your free-farmed or organic eggs naturally by dipping them in vegetable- and fruit-based dyes, instead of using artificial colors. Create the dyes by boiling vegetables, fruits or juices in four cups of water and one-half cup of vinegar…. Continue reading »

Tips To Enjoy A Greener Fireplace

Our inclination to position ourselves near fire is a year-round lure nationwide. Yet, the traditional ingredient in both indoor fireplaces in the north and outdoor fire pits in the south should give shivers to the eco-minded. In addition to causing considerable air pollution, wood smoke contains carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides and fine particulates that can… Continue reading »

All Natural Hot Chocolate Mix

Cozy up this holiday with a natural way to enjoy hot chocolate. It’s easy! Ingredients: 2 1/2 cups non-fat powdered milk 2 cups icing sugar 1 cup cocoa 2 teaspoons cornstarch 1/2 teaspoon salt Directions: 1. Using food processor, combine all ingredients thoroughly until no lumps or visible bits of brown or white can be… Continue reading »

Tips & Tricks To Winterize Your Home

One of the best perks of making your home more green is that it makes a ton of financial sense.  Windy, rainy and cool weather is already here.  For the amount of money you may spend on candy and Halloween decorations this year you could winterize your home, reduce your carbon footprint, be more comfy… Continue reading »

EAT SEASONALLY! Your Winter List

Eating seasonally. What does this mean for you? To enjoy the full nourishment of food, you must make your menu a seasonal one. In different parts of the world, and even in different regions of one country, seasonal menus can vary. Ensure optimal nourishment in every season. Each season Who’s Green provides you with a… Continue reading »

Spiced Pumpkin Seeds- Yum!

Ingredients Nonstick cooking spray, for spraying the parchment 1/2 cup lightly packed light brown sugar 1 1/2 teaspoons ground cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon ground allspice 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin Pinch of cayenne pepper 1 large egg white 2 cups salted pumpkin seeds Directions Preheat the oven to 300 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment… Continue reading »

Does Your Costume Scare The Planet?

Here are 10 crafty ideas to help keep your Halloween costumes inexpensive, eco-friendly, with still plenty of scary. Check out your own closet for inspiration For example, the perfect clown costume is a combination of just a few pieces of plaid, striped, and polka dot clothing. Add some face paint and a few pieces of… Continue reading »

Cool Uses For Fall Leaves

The first step is to rake up those leaves. Or, if you have a big yard, a leaf blower is an easy solution. Today, there are lightweight and low-noise leaf blowers that do the job quickly (without breaking your back!). • Spread them as protective mulch. Leaves make a good insulating cover for overwintering tender perennials or root… Continue reading »

Keep Your Garden Growing!

Many people see the fall and winter as a time to close down the garden and wait until the spring to start up gardening activities again. However, there are plenty of things you can be doing through the fall and winter months to continue enjoying the pleasures of gardening. Winter is an important period in… Continue reading »

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