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This month is Earth Month, a celebration of the environment and sustainability that culminates with Earth Day on April 22. It’s a great time to focus on the importance of sustainability and how we can make it part of our daily lives. And since that’s also the goal of The Green Room, we wanted to give a sneak preview of how Walmart is celebrating Earth Month.Read more ›
Almost 2,000 acres of forest and waterfront land in the Ozarks near Bentonville, Ark., will be conserved as part of the Acres for America program.
Walmart and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation have just announced two new projects in our Acres for America program – one in Arkansas and another in New Mexico.
Summer is an ideal time for those with a green thumb, but as homeowners and gardeners know, some plants need a lot of water. In fact, landscaping can account for up to a third of residential water use. By some estimates, up to half of the water used for business and homes is wasted due to water inefficiencies in outdoor landscapes.Read more ›
H.I.S. House, a temporary homeless shelter in Placentia, Calif., recently received several upgrades that will lower the facility’s energy costs.
How do you ensure a century-old California farmhouse-turned-temporary homeless shelter continues to rebuild lives? You do some actual rebuilding on the site.
HomeAid is a national nonprofit who works to build and renovate shelters.Read more ›
Hundreds of years old, redwood trees are the tallest in the world. The places where they grow are special to the people who live nearby, but also to people all over the United States. Watch how the redwoods in California’s Salmon Creek Forest – and similar sites across the country – are being protected for future generations.Read more ›