Here are some environmentally friendly lawn-care tips for both professionals and amateurs …
Lawns coated in chemicals are bad for human and pet health, help pollute local waters, don’t attract wildlife, and degrade the environment.
You probably know by now that the typical U.S. lawn with thick, green grass and manicured hedges is horrible for the environment.
As campers prepare for their upcoming getaways, the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management is urging vacationers to inspect their vehicles and equipment to be sure they aren’t inadvertently transporting gypsy moth caterpillars to and from other areas.
Migratory birds are on the move, winging their way from nesting and breeding grounds in North America to winter habitat in Central and South America and the Caribbean. It’s a spectacular journey, but it’s one that many of them will never finish.
Bring clean plastic bags and film to recycling bins in front of pharmacies, grocery stores and retail stores.
A mosquito sample collected July 25 in Pawtucket has tested positive for West Nile virus and is the first finding of WNV in Rhode Island this year, according to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and the Rhode Island Department of Health.
Growing towers are simple structures where the space available for plant production is built vertically in a column or rectangular wall.
Memorial Day weekend marks the start of summer, when millions of Americans head to beaches, but it’s not just people who flock to the coast this time of year.
Spring has arrived, but before hitting the road or trail on your bike, complete a basic tune-up. Doing some up-front bike maintenance will reduce your chance of a blowout or mechanical problem, and increase the longevity of your bike’s parts.