Americans recycle about a third of the waste products they generate. But have you ever wondered what happens to the things you recycle?
Wondering what to do with your life? Maybe it’s time for you and me to become growers again. Here’s how it starts.
Food waste reduction isn’t just a good idea — it’s a moral and spiritual responsibility for those of us who are serious about following Jesus.
Budget stretched thin this month? Here’s how to lower your energy costs and put real dollars back in your pocket while you celebrate the Christmas season.
For everything there is a season, and this is the season for fall leaves. Here are a few tips to help make fall cleanup better for you and the environment.
The environment is a divisive topic for Christians, but it shouldn’t be. Why? Because environmental action isn’t a political issue. It’s a biblical one.
Water is essential to our well being. In Scripture, water brings life. So, conserving water is a spiritual discipline — or at least it should be.
Insects are creepy. But like it or not, they’re part of God’s creation. Here are 3 reason why you shouldn’t hate bugs — you should thank them.
Did you know that 40% of food produced in the U.S. gets wasted? Food waste is a bigger problem than you may think. How can we steward our resources better?
Last weekend I came face to face with a dirty little secret of the fracking boom — the deep divisions it creates between locals and out-of-towners.
Caring for creation has suddenly become a hot button issue since the release of the Pope’s encyclical. But should it be that controversial for Christians?
The Pope’s climate change encyclical Laudato Si was leaked four days before its scheduled release. Here’s what to look for as the world prepares to debate a spiritual response to environmental change.
A few days ago, I ran across a Japanese practice called “forest bathing.” Don’t get too excited — it’s not as racy as it sounds. It’s a simple remedy for anxiety, stress and other modern maladies.
God has a green thumb. But planting a garden is more than a spring ritual — gardening benefits the planet and your soul in several important ways.
Seneca Lake is the latest battleground in the war against environmental exploitation. What’s happening at Seneca Lake is more than a bad idea. It’s a sin.
This past weekend, Tim and I biked to the season opening of our local farmers’ market to enjoy the sights and celebrate the end of a long winter. Although I didn’t realize it at the time, the market ended up reminding me how important it is to recognize a season of peace when I see it.
I love grilling with charcoal. The smoke, the smell, the taste – there’s nothing better than cooking with lumps of pure carbon.