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Green Products

Tweet By Joanne H. Shawcross I love old-fashioned hardware stores. Unfortunately, they are becoming rare, so you may never have shopped there. I was lucky enough to grow up when every town had one. Ours was named “Durfee’s,” in a building not so wide as it was deep and dark, zig-zagged with long shelves jammed […]

Tweet Here’s What They Said: Renovation Project Makes Old House Environmentally Friendly Click thru Photos 8 to 15 Many Thanks to our Green Partnership Sponsors and Companies for such great efforts on our 2010 Green Remodel Idea House: General  Contractor:       Showcase Construction Plumbing fixtures:           Moen – shower room Plumbing fixtures:           Kohler – […]

Tweet Listen up if you’re thinking about upgrading your windows as a green improvement and hoping to save some cash in the process. That’s a wise move. With this energy efficient project, you’ll immediately start enjoying better indoor natural lighting. Also expect your power bills to drop by 15%, on average. IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman […]

Tweet I replaced my suet feeder after my husband found it down by the creek kind of beat up. It’d gone missing before the holidays and hungry woodpeckers kept perching on the branch where it had hung. I shrugged off the event to a feisty squirrel. The new one lasted a week, and then it […]

Tweet Seems 2009 is already full of surprises. In January Mother Nature unexpectedly blanketed us with four inches of snow. Since the South doesn’t really DO snow, the only action outside was airborne – blowing snowflakes and birds desperate for the feeder. But that’s only part of the story … Actually hours before, when the […]