It’s big enough to grow a substantial amount of food, yet small enough to fit into any city apartment.
Using mostly locally-sourced, recycled materials, architectes created a contemporary take on the traditional ‘grange’ building where people can gather to celebrate food.
Click & Grow has developed a new smart garden complete with energy saving LEDs and an expanded growing capacity.
A joint project hopes to use open-source data and investigative journalism to empower solutions with facts instead of fear.
High ammonia content in aquaculture operations is dangerous for the fish and end consumer. A new partnership aims to remove this and other toxins without the use of chemicals.
Most egg cartons are recyclable, but according to one Hungarian designer, they’re still using more material than they need.
No want wants to eat dehydrated food during a six month trip to Mars. In the future, systems like this might make space feel more like home.
Hughson Nut of California partners with Cenergy Solar on a 586-kilowatt-capacity solar power system, which will provide power to dry and blanch nuts.
A fruit processing plant in the Sacramento Valley will save $20,000 a year with a rooftop solar water heating system said to be the largest in California.
Seeking inspiration for your next eco-friendly home design? Consider as a template this eco-friendly gingerbread home, sporting very tasting looking sugar solar panels and a windmill.