One of the many bright spots for agriculture is that farmers across America are becoming more productive. With the accessibility to grow food anywhere, indoor farming’s popularity has exploded in recent years. Read more to learn what indoor farming is, the benefits, and why it's becoming more popular.
As consumers become more aware of the importance of using energy wisely, there are many new options for home improvement that provide an environmentally friendly way to save money. Here are a few ideas to start with for upgrading your home to a more energy-efficient environment.
The switch to electric cars may get more media attention, but in the immediate future, it is electric bikes that will create a renaissance of two-wheelers. Rapidly growing in popularity, and for good reason, e-bikes offer extended range and easier commutes than gas-powered scooters, motorcycles, or cars.
Outdoor string lighting is perfect for adding a romantic ambiance to a special day, and they can be used as part of the décor. Here are some outdoor string light tips so you can enjoy the ambiance of your backyard or porch, while also keeping safety in mind.
With the summer season upon us, it’s time for swimming, camping, boating, and grilling. However, as we kick back and enjoy the summer, the season can also cause a few headaches for homeowners, especially when it comes to electrical issues. For summer safety, we have included some of the most common electrical problems that can occur in the summertime, and how to avoid them.
Outdoor cooking is a popular hobby in the summer months, but many people are unaware of the benefits that electric grills offer. Here are some helpful tips and ways to spice up your outdoor cooking experience this year with an electric grill
Earth Day is coming up Thursday, April 22nd! Launched in 1970, Earth Day 2021 will mark the 51st anniversary of this holiday. This year’s theme is “Restore Our Earth.”
Spring is a big time for cleaning and maintenance. In fact, there’s a reason it’s called “spring cleaning!” With spring finally here, most people are thinking about getting outside and taking advantage of the warmer weather, gardening, clean-up, and home maintenance.
According to Edmunds, 2021 is predicted to be a "pivotal year" for electric vehicles, with U.S. sales rising to 2.5% versus 1.9% last year. With a surge of new models entering the market in the next 11 months, EVs will be hard to ignore.