Category Archives : Green News


9 Ways to Mow a Lawn Like a Stud

With the threat of snow and ice out of the forecast here in Northern Kentucky, we can’t help but think about the warmer days of spring ahead. As the spring season quickly approaches, it’s time to prepare ourselves for another eight months of yard work. Today, we want to focus on the most basic type […]

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A 12-Month Plan for Keeping Your Lawn in Great Shape in 2015

Normally, when there is three inches of snow on the ground people in this part of the country aren’t too concerned about their lawns. In fact, outside of mowing their grass or raking leaves, the majority of folks probably don’t put much time, thought, or energy into improving their yard all year. For those of […]


Balanced Growth Expected in Construction Industry in 2015

It’s hard to believe that it’s been almost 10 years since the housing market crash that led to one of the worst recessions in our country’s history first made national headlines. The crash left millions of Americans upside down on their mortgage, led to hundreds of thousands of foreclosures, and crushed the construction industry. Over […]

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How To Remove Tree Stumps

You’ve just cut down that old, dead tree in your yard. After spending hours sawing it up into pieces and removing the wood, there’s still one problem: the stump. For home owners looking to re-do their lawn and build new landscaping, there’s few annoying obstacles that compare to a tree stump. They stick out like […]


San Francisco Residents Rent Unused Parking Spaces

As someone who lives in the city, I understand the importance of having a prime parking spot. I also know it’s impossible to land one each and every day no matter how much luck you think you have. But what about the small number of folks who live in the city that may have a […]

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Rental Plots Help Florida County Community Garden Grow

Across the country, community gardens are popping up in major cities and suburban towns alike. Often started on a vacant lot or small piece of land that has sat unused for a number of years, these gardens are usually maintained by volunteers, students, residents or a combination of all three. The gardens often provide fruits […]


Construction Equipment Cleaning Up Emissions

Over the past several years, there have been major advancements in the automotive industry. From upgraded safety measures and electronics to improved fuel efficiency and emissions, cars and trucks on the road are safer and greener than ever before. These advancements, however, aren’t exclusive to cars, trucks, and vans. According to a recent story in […]

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Pre-Planted Gardens for Rent Pop Up in Germany

As a city dweller with an extremely limited amount of yard or private green space (and little knowledge on gardening), growing my own herbs and vegetables may be a bit challenging. Sure, community gardens have helped – to some degree – fill this void in our city but even they aren’t completely immune to problems. […]

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Electric Cars Now Available for Rent in Northampton

When you live in the city, it’s usually pretty easy to get around without a car. Sure you may have to deal with public transportation delays, a bike commute in the rain, or a hot and humid walk to work, but hey, it beats forking over money for a car payment, right? But what about […]