Annual Inland Northwest Green Fair offers look at ways to be earth-friendly.
New eco-bulb offers alternative to more hazardous fluorescent one.
Local compost consultant Dan Caldwell says save your food scraps and other organic matter, then turn it all into your own fresh produce.
Solar cooking gaining in popularity and a Viola woman is championing the cause.
Farmers involved in organic production may qualify for funds through the US Department of Agriculture’s Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) to implement conservation practices related to organic agriculture.
$3.3 million designated to study Integrated Pest Management and specialty fruits and vegetables.
Congressional candidate Walt Minnick returns to Valley with former Idaho Governor and Secretary of Interior Cecil Andrus; pair check out Coleman Oil's biodiesel operation and talk about the future of fuels in the U.S.
Meeting explores if wind power could work in the area; Garfield and Columbia counties looked at as potential wind farm sites.
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When possible, pay your bills online.
Instead of using the hot-hot cycle for the washing machine, use the warm-cold cycle.
It’s time to invest in a reusable shopping bag.
Choose to use rechargeable batteries, and recycle them when they die.