Home and Garden Roundup: 1.14.07

Home and Garden Roundup: 1.14.07

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Janel Laban
Jan 17, 2007

Living the Green Life is the kickoff article in the just-announced year long H&G series in which the staff will live the green life, reporting on the ways in which they were able to realistically integrate more eco-concious lifestyle choices into their homelife. We love this idea and can't wait to read more - upcoming installments will document the staffers experiences and will include interviews with green-living people across the country. To start things off, they have compiled a list of things we can all do to conserve and the effect that it will have - one household at a time. It addresses the question of personal impact - does one person's efforts really count? Also from H&G this week: To-do list: To See: "Arte Textil Maya" at the National Museum of Mexican Art. To Watch: A new HGTV show, Living with Ed. To Recycle: Suggested disposal guidelines for compact flourescent bulbs can be found at www.earth911.org by plugging in your zip code. Green, piece by piece: Takes a look at how a few big-box retailers (and one small local one) are selling green to their customers. Dishing: Ron Bilaro suggests two stuffed pepper recipes - "they will fill you home with heavenly aromas". Exteme Makeover:Home Edition: A tv home renovation show comes to Chicago. The renovation of a two flat on the southwest side was completed thanks to donations from local retailers and artists.
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