"Sustainability" has lent a lofty tone to goals of protecting the environment, promoting efficiency and improving standards of living. The burst of an economic bubble recently gave the buzzword new...
"Terroir" is an identifiable word to deft wine drinkers and French speakers, but it should also be familiar to anyone interested in a healthy immune system, strong bones and good energy levels.
A stability ball can add an interesting new dimension to your workouts. My clients seem to enjoy incorporating it into their routines for a wide variety of options.
If your idea of a "green" getaway includes tall, fragrant pine trees, grassy acres that invite Frisbee tossing, miles of scenic hiking and biking trails and a place to wet your fishing line, Joseph...
Pellets, powders and pastes in the bulk section of stores like Food 4 Less have intimidated many shoppers new to purchasing from plastic bins — even cooking instructor Mary Shaw.
Glass, cardboard and milk jugs are easy enough. But how to recycle items like ink cartridges, Styrofoam packing peanuts, fluorescent bulbs or latex paint can stump even the most environmentally savvy...
When Abraham Harris and Steven Jaramillo moved to the Rogue Valley in 2002, they saw an immediate demand for organic agriculture products.
When his clients began asking him tough, technical questions about eco-friendly homes, Medford realtor Don McCoy realized he had a lot to learn.
A new twist on cocktail hour has the green light in Medford.
Green spells more than success in the garden.
When Fred Gant built his own "green" home in 2005, it was the fulfillment of a long-time dream. During the 1980s and 1990s, Gant installed greenhouses and sun rooms for the nonprofit Sunergy, but by...
Grants Pass mechanic and entrepreneur Sean Rarey was having trouble helping people find low-priced electric vehicles, so he decided to start selling them himself.
A new "water bar" will be a focal point of this year's Rogue Valley Earth Day celebration on April 25, billed as a zero-waste event.
Oregon Healthy Living magazine turns a year old this month, which seemed like the perfect time to launch our first “green” issue.