Teaching Kids to Love the Great Outdoors (in a World of Video Games)

December 28, 2017 by  
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Decked Out: Selecting An Eco-Friendly Decking Material

November 20, 2015 by  
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There’s nothing better than relaxing with friends and family outside enjoying the ‘great outdoors’ on a deck or patio. Now when it comes to deck materials, they are not created equal. Traditionally, decks are constructed of either natural wood or…

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Nube` Hammock Shelter Provides a “Cloud of Protection” For Adventurous Campers

August 15, 2013 by  
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The Nube` camping hammock – the flagship project of outdoor equipment manufacturer Sierra Madre Research – could be one of the most versatile tents out there. Able to suspend the user above the ground, the hammock not only sheds water, but is wind resistant and shields against insects. Through their recently launched Kickstarter campaign , the company is seeking to develop the patent-pending design and begin commercial production of the Nube`. Read the rest of Nube` Hammock Shelter Provides a “Cloud of Protection” For Adventurous Campers Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: camping equipment , camping gear , Camping hammocks , camping tents , fiber materials , great outdoors , green camping equipment , green technology , high-tech materials , Nube` Hammock , outdoor gear’ , rain retention system , Sierra Madre Research        

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Eddie Bauer’s Power Katabatic Solar Tent Will Keep Your Gadgets Charged in the Wilderness

July 30, 2013 by  
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If there’s one place technophiles fear, it’s the great outdoors . But with this new solar charging tent by Eddie Bauer , gadget geeks will be able to charge their devices even in the depths of a forest. Called the  Power Katabatic , this 92-inch tall tent was designed for “roughing it” though all four seasons within an ample 36-square-feet space. However, beyond its generous quarters, the real star of the Power Katabatic  is the small triangular solar panel, called Goal Zero solar charger, which sits atop the tent, drawing in energy for powering devices. Read the rest of Eddie Bauer’s Power Katabatic Solar Tent Will Keep Your Gadgets Charged in the Wilderness Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Eddie Bauer , goal zero , green gadgets , green technology , photovoltaic cells , Power Katabatic , renewable energy , Solar Power        

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Colorado State Study Shows Beavers Build Natural Carbon Storage Shelters

July 30, 2013 by  
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Beaver photo from Shutterstock A team of researchers from Colorado State University has discovered that when it comes to carbon capture and storage , we can learn a lot from nature’s best architect – the beaver. According to their research paper, beaver dams built in the US wetlands are able to store a “surprising amount” of carbon. Read the rest of Colorado State Study Shows Beavers Build Natural Carbon Storage Shelters Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: beaver dam , beavers , carbon capture , carbon capture and storage , carbon storage , Colorado State University , natural architecture        

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The TreeHugger Swimsuit Issue: Sexy Poolside Fashion For Summer 2011 (Slideshow)

May 3, 2011 by  
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Natalie Sugar Bikini by Olga Olsson. Photo: Olga Olsson Whether you’re bod is ready for poolside exposure or not, summer will soon be upon us. Our third-annual TreeHugger Swimsuit issue is packed full of sexy and sustainable swimwear to ensure you’ll be well suited up to enjoy the great outdoors

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Redwood Creek Winery Offers $130,000 in Grants to Outdoor Non-Profits

December 14, 2009 by  
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Image credit: Redwood Creek Wines Last year, Redwood Creek Winery offered a $50,000 grant to one exceptional non-profit working in the “great outdoors.” The contest was such a success, that they have decided to do it again. This time, however, there are even more chances to win…

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