Conserve water by collecting rainwater and using it for your garden or lawn.
Conservation and responsible outdoorsmanship is a huge part of being a Scout. Here are some of the things that Boyslife.org readers have told us they are doing or plan to do to GO GREEN!
The BL Go Green! series is wrapping up, and by now you're probably a whiz on going green. But you're just one person -- does it really matter what you do? Put your Go Green! know-how to the test and see how your everyday decisions can add up.
Throughout the year, Boys' Life has profiled those who are making a difference for the environment. Read about these Go Green! heroes.
Here's how to tumble your way to rich compost for your garden and plants.
Welcome to the green, Earth-friendly community of the future. For the past seven months, we have told you how to Go Green! Here's what our world might look like once we have all gone green. Imagine the possibilities.
Feeling a little warm lately? The 10 hottest years in recorded history have occurred since 1991. 2005 topped the charts. And animals are feeling the heat.
Twig pencils are fun, easy and cheap to make. And the expressions on your friends’ faces when you start scribbling with a stick will be writetious!
Go Green and recycle empties into fun and useful projects.
If you curve some aluminum foil just right, you can cook hot dogs with the sun's heat.
Cave paintings have been around for thousands of years. Light up your own bedroom "cave" with this torn-paper lamp shade.
The sports world is playing a more Earth-friendly game.
Plants don't need soil as long as they have five things: food, water, light, air and support. You can provide all five in a hydroponic garden. Here's how to create your own.
Wait! Don't just throw that bottle in the recycling bin. You could use it to build your own private island. Across the globe, people are coming up with remarkable -- and sometimes zany -- new ways to help our environment. Here are some of our favorites.
Mouth-watering seafood. Beach and water adventure. A convenient, vast waste dump. Oceans have provided us many things over the centuries, but we are pushing them beyond their limits. Here’s a look at what’s going on in our oceans and how you can help.
More than 240 million vehicles are on America's roads today, burning a lot of gasoline and creating a lot of pollution. Eventually, vehicles that use no gas could help us drive into a greener, eco-friendlier future. See a slideshow of some of them.
What makes this compact garden so productive is that you will be placing plants close together in squares instead of traditional rows. You can continue to plant as you harvest.
Get a grip on what it means to go green. Get the basics on what's going on with the environment.
Josh Stone shares what it takes to earn a Hornaday Silver Medal -- work, work and more work, along with a little help from his friends.
The Hornaday awards recognize Scouts who complete a series of truly exceptional conservation projects. Here are some of the requirements, plus a list of winners since 2000.
Build a Purple Martin bird house and attract these bug-eating birds to your yard to help make your summer pest-free.