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  1. Chemical Free Weed Annihilation

    You're not alone if you put off weeding your garden beds so long that you cannot face the amount of time and effort it will take tidy them up again. No sweat. You have the sun on your side.

    Categories: Gardening, Cecilia Nasti

  2. The Source: Allegro Coffee

    Every cup of coffee tells a story, many of them involving small family farms in some of the most remote regions of the world. Journey to northern Peru with Darrin Daniel, director of sourcing for Allegro Coffee, and experience the adventure of finding the perfect bean. When you see what goes into getting your coffee from the source, you’ll appreciate your daily jolt that much more.

    Categories: Videos, Coffee & Tea, Caitlin Riley

  3. All The Ways We Connect Online


    Categories: Trends & New Stuff, Nikki Newman

  4. We’re More Than Food: Mountain Brook, Alabama


    Categories: Caring for Communities, Marla Camp

  5. Save the Date, Help the World

  6. Celebrate Healthy Choices Every Day! #HealthYeah

    Celebrate all the little steps along the path to healthy eating. Did you add a handful of greens to your morning smoothie? Cheers! Try a new recipe today? Hooray! No matter what your goals are, it’s easier to stay on track when you have support. Since our customers are already great about sharing delicious discoveries, healthy tips and personal triumphs on social media, we’re asking folks to tag their posts #healthyeah — it’s an easy way to get support and keep the inspiration flowing.

    Categories: Healthy Eating, Paige Schilt

  7. The Power of Small Things


    Categories: Whole Planet Foundation, Whole Planet Foundation

  8. Recipe Photo Contest: Cookie Close-Up


    Categories: Contests, Food & Recipes, Elizabeth Beal

  9. Whole Planet Foundation Calendars: Make a Difference and Save

    The 2013 Whole Planet Foundation Calendar is in stores now with over $40 in coupons and a world of good.

    Categories: Whole Planet Foundation, Daniel Vidal

  10. Dos and Don'ts When Hosting a Passover Seder

    The Passover menu is not an easy one to create. Boston-based writer and photographer Brian Samuels shares his tried-and-true tips for setting a Seder table.

    Categories: Spring, Food & Recipes, Brian Samuels

  11. MAKE: Trash Can Composter


    Categories: Environmental Stewardship, MAKE Magazine

  12. DIY Hand Scrub

    Get our DIY hand scrub recipe

    Categories: beauty, Whole Body, Paige Schilt

  13. Cures for Midsummer Boredom

    Midsummer days seem to linger even longer when the kids are bored. Keep them occupied with these activities packed with fun projects and healthy messages.

    Categories: Kid Friendly, Whole Kids Foundation, Carly Price

  14. What We're Reading...


    Categories: What We're Reading, Winnie Hsia

  15. Share Your Best Meal of The Week


    Categories: Food & Recipes, Paige Brady

  16. Just Pin It!

  17. A Market-Fresh Spring Brunch

    Spring produce is perfect for cooking a special occasion brunch. The editors of SAVEUR share a seasonal menu that highlight’s fresh flavors.

    Categories: Spring, Food & Recipes, SAVEUR

  18. Contain Your Garden!

    It doesn’t take an acre of space to grow fresh produce at home. Here are some easy ways to grow fresh herbs, fruits, and veggies in containers.

    Categories: Gardening, Environmental Stewardship, Amber Pollei

  19. Your Certified Organic Grocery Store

    Find out what it means for a grocery store to be “certified organic” and why it’s so important to maintain organic integrity from seed to shopping cart.

    Categories: Food Issues, Organics, Courtney Mudge

  20. Your Certified Organic Grocery Store

    "Wait, what?” – you may ask – “A grocery store can be certified organic?” Yes, it can and we are. Here’s what goes into it.

    Categories: Organics, Food Issues, Courtney Mudge