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A Tale of Two Turkeys

Nature Conservancy - Science

The return of the American wild turkey is either an incredible conservation success or too much of a good thing, depending on who you ask. The American wild turkey is arguably one of the greatest conservation success stories ever; some argue it’s been far too successful.

Do Good, Look Great, with Roozt’s Perfect (Green) Summer Must-Haves

Eco Chic

to environmental organizations such as American Forests and The Blue Project. Guest post by Amy Rasplika. Roozt.com is on a mission to find the coolest, sexiest cause-related brands with the most inspiring stories attached. In a phrase, we are “bringing sexy back to giving back”.

Eco-Friendly Cartridges Motivate Corporations to Go Green and Cuts Cost

Green (Living) Review

Get Smart Cartridges Provide Alternative Ink Solutions for Popular Printer Brands Portland, OR, February 2012 : On February 16th, 2012 Get Smart Cartridges launched an environmentally friendly ink and toner alternative for small businesses and large corporations seeking to “Go Green.”

Gorgeous WEwood Watches Made of Salvaged Wood on Sale in Egypt

Green Prophet

When they opened a branch in Los Angeles, WEwood teamed up with American Forests – a tree-planting organization. “In just the first three months, WEwood planted 5,000 trees with American Forests, and sets challenging targets for 2012 and beyond.

Pygmy Rabbit Quest

Nature Conservancy - Science

Once this area was covered by a lake, and more similar to Central American forest than the arid sagebrush country of today. Pygmy rabbit. Photo: H. Ulmschneider (BLM) and R. Dixon (IDFG). By Matt Miller, senior science writer.

The 8 ‘Must-Dos’ of Being Green

The Green Changemakers

by Raquel Fagan This story is part of Earth911 ’s “Green Eight” series, where we showcase eight ways to green your life in various areas. 8 Ways to Green Your Trash According to the EPA, "Between 1960 and 2007 the amount of waste each person creates has almost doubled from 2.7

We Can’t All Be Whiskey Jacks – Meditations on a Bad Bird Name

10,000 Birds

The Wood Duck , while it deserves many lines of poetry in its own right, is named with a folksy straightforwardness that seems appropriate to its place in the American forest and the American literature. So why doesn’t the name Violet-Green Swallow work for me? Feature image by Noël Lee; Dark Chanting Goshawk by Frank Vasson; back view of Violet-green Swallow by Walter Siegmund. Birds names nomenclature violet-green swallow

Best Rustic Sofas and Couches for the Cottage

Green Furniture Home Design

Features mossy forest green chenille and durable leather look micro-suede. Black Forest Berea Hickory Sofa. Made from hickory grown in American forests.

Antarctic Invaders, Fungal Wonders and Birds Galore

Nature Conservancy - Science

Extinction Countdown/Scientific American). Bad, bad Bambi : Deer overgrazing of natives now blamed for garlic mustard prevalence in North American forests. American Wind Energy Association).

Samsill Branches into Raw Ring Binders

Green (Living) Review

Additionally, Samsill partners with American Forests to plant 7,500 trees annually through its Global ReLeaf ecosystem restoration projects. Full Disclosure Statement: The GREEN (LIVING) REVIEW received no compensation for any component of this article.

Documenting the value of paper

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) If you are interested in what research has to say about the value of paper, don’t miss this recently released report from the American Forest & Paper Association. E-readers are far from green and never will be green.

IKEA Kicks Off Memorial Day Weekend with Free IKEA Blue Bag Giveaway at Select Local Spots as Its Next "Random Act of Life Improvement"

Green (Living) Review

The first Random Act of Life Improvement took place on October 1, 2011, when IKEA partnered with American Forest to give away 38,000 tree seedlings across the country. Full Disclosure Statement: The GREEN (LIVING) REVIEW received no compensation for any component of this article. This article is for your information only and the GREEN (LIVING) REVIEW does not (necessarily) approve, endorse or recommend the product, service or company mentioned

Research Shows Americans Still Prefer Print and Paper Communications

Green (Living) Review

Research Shows Americans Still Prefer Print and Paper Communications, but Misconceptions about Environmental Sustainability Remain If you prefer to read from paper instead of an electronic screen, you’re not alone. But survey results also show that many Americans still have misconceptions about the environmental impacts of print and paper. Disclosure & Disclaimer Statement: The GREEN (LIVING) REVIEW received no compensation for any component of this article

Cavity Nesting Birds of North America and Their Babies!

10,000 Birds

Bufflehead ( Bucephala albeola ) Female at Cavity Entrance photos by Larry Jordan “Some 85 species of North American birds excavate nesting holes, use cavities resulting from decay (natural cavities), or use holes created by other species in dead or deteriorating trees.

City Trees: Photographers Explore the Urban Forest

The Green Changemakers

Photo: Stevan Northcutt , "Departure," Tampa International Airport, Florida In her early work on urban forests, Kate Glicksberg photographed "the clusters of trees that live in the intersections of highway overpasses" in Los Angeles. "I Tags: Nature Urban Green Forest

An Eco Christmas

Green Earth Journey

Try these options when you will be getting a real Christmas tree; Buy from a small-scale sustainable grower and/or make sure the tree has Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) accreditation. American Forests provides detailed information about tree planting. *