10 Tips to Get Your Home Ready for Spring and Summer

Just as you would change your clothing for the warmer weather of the spring and summer months, it’s time to think about important items that need to be taken care of around the house this time of year.  From regular maintenance, safety checks and energy-saving measures, is your home ready for the next six months? … More 10 Tips to Get Your Home Ready for Spring and Summer

Spring Tips — Plant for your Climate Zone, Pollinators And Wildlife this Spring

Winter won’t last forever, and soon homeowners will be turning their attention away from shoveling snow and onto sprucing up their yards for spring. Environmental superhero and real-life rescue dog TurfMutt and his smarty-pants sidekick Professor Botany encourage families to learn about their climate zone and plant living landscapes to feed and house special pollinator … More Spring Tips — Plant for your Climate Zone, Pollinators And Wildlife this Spring

Learning to Grow Your Own Food Comes with a Host of Benefits

With the summer months upon us, it is a great time to think about gardening. The good news is that learning to grow your own food comes with a host of benefits. The benefits are so good that it’s being recommended as an activity for veterans to engage in, especially if they suffer from post-traumatic … More Learning to Grow Your Own Food Comes with a Host of Benefits

Do You Look Before You Pump? [INFOGRAPHIC]

As the summer heats up, Americans are outside and working in their yards. They own millions of outdoor power equipment products like lawn mowers, string trimmers and chain saws. But many people do not pay attention to what type of fuel they are putting in their outdoor power equipment – and they should. Gasoline containing greater … More Do You Look Before You Pump? [INFOGRAPHIC]