Conserve water by collecting rainwater and using it for your garden or lawn.
Here's how to tumble your way to rich compost for your garden and plants.
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.
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.
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.
Build a Purple Martin bird house and attract these bug-eating birds to your yard to help make your summer pest-free.
You don’t need four burners and a gas line to make some great-tasting trail food.
You don’t have to wait for the right season to plant your flower and vegetable seeds. Grow plants indoors any time of year with this easy project.
Use these plans to create a mini-habitat for some of North America's most misunderstood—yet valuable—creatures.
Have you ever wished you could dig money out of the ground? In a way you can. Raising worms in a small worm farm can make you extra money during the summer.