Two men installing solar panels on a rooftop.
07/13/2017
The U.S solar industry continues to break records, posting 70 percent growth year-over-year in the residential sector, according to the Solar Energy Industries Association. In the first... read more
Many green glass wine bottles on cleaning rack.
07/06/2017
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle—remember? While I get a variety of reactions to the fact that I work in the environmental space, one I hear more often than most is “Oh, yeah… we recycle!” I always... read more
Woman stretching outdoors in park.
06/29/2017
Summer Bummer or Good News? You may be beating the heat by spending all your time in climate controlled environments, but are you also beating your diet and fitness goals? Move and live with... read more
Gardener holding up freshly dug bunch of radishes.
06/22/2017
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Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a concept that gained traction in the US in the 1990s, and has grown exponentially in popularity in the last few years. The concept of CSA is beneficial... read more
Insect damaged leaf with holes and brown spots.
06/15/2017
By Ariana Marisol | Natural Blaze Save your crop! Learn how to identify these destructive pests and get them out of your garden. Squash Bug Physical Description: Young nymphs... read more
Stacks of cardboard moving boxes.
06/08/2017
There’s no shame in asking for help. There’s no shame in accepting help. These two “facts” have saved me hours of suffering and offered me the chance to feel love and give love. I’m having... read more
Black and white graphic of biting mosquito
06/02/2017
Love the woods. The ticks & bugs? Not so much. My happiest place on earth has always been in the woods. I grew up spending most of my time in the woods building forts, climbing trees, and... read more
Abstract green blue red world and keyboard swirls.
05/18/2017
Smart home appliances are more popular than ever, and lower prices and increased visibility means that smart thermostats, smart lighting, voice-activated home assistants like Alexa, and many other... read more
Three children sitting on floor working on school project at home.
05/11/2017
By Kerry McDonald | Natural Blaze Homeschoolers are a diverse bunch. Our teaching approaches and learning philosophies vary. Our politics run the gamut and our visions of education reform... read more

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Stacks of cardboard moving boxes.
06/08/2017
There’s no shame in asking for help. There’s no shame in accepting help. These two “facts” have saved me hours of suffering and offered me the chance to feel love and give love. I’m having... read more
Black and white graphic of biting mosquito
06/02/2017
Love the woods. The ticks & bugs? Not so much. My happiest place on earth has always been in the woods. I grew up spending most of my time in the woods building forts, climbing trees, and... read more
Abstract green blue red world and keyboard swirls.
05/18/2017
Smart home appliances are more popular than ever, and lower prices and increased visibility means that smart thermostats, smart lighting, voice-activated home assistants like Alexa, and many other... read more
Three children sitting on floor working on school project at home.
05/11/2017
By Kerry McDonald | Natural Blaze Homeschoolers are a diverse bunch. Our teaching approaches and learning philosophies vary. Our politics run the gamut and our visions of education reform... read more
Woman in visor reading label of plastic water bottle.
05/05/2017
Buying plastic bottled water? Stop today. Get a filter and carry your own water. Plastic is much much worse than you thought. And I am not even talking about those giant plastic islands. ... read more
Woman with face mask and hair towel holding cucumber slices by her eyes.
04/29/2017
by Laurie Burgess | Organic Matters Blog “Did you know that your skin in your largest organ?!” is a fun fact that a preteen may share after coming home from their biology class. Indeed, it’s a... read more
Globe nestled in green grass.
04/27/2017
Innovation It's a word that gets thrown around a lot, and for good reason: it lurks like a buzzard just out of reach, coaxing us out of our comfort zone, inspiring one more click, one more watch,... read more
planet Earth from space
04/18/2017
Earth Day is April 22 What if we treated Earth Day like Mother’s Day and it was important to offer Mama Earth a gift of appreciation and love for all she has done for us? Of course... read more
Two halves of a split coconut on white background.
04/14/2017
External Oil Coconut oil is more than just a kitchen staple. It’s actually a very versatile product you can use for health and beauty. The oil makes a great solution to skin dryness,... read more

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11/12/2014
Directed by Patty West and Chris Schwarz. A tongue piercing is more than decoration - it can be a way for paralyzed people to control their environment, maybe even drive a car. 
11/12/2014
Directed by Tim Lewis. How one pioneering company is recycling used cooking oil and turning it into a sustainable fuel for London's taxis and modern office buildings. 
11/12/2014
Directed by Mike Lee. Severe back pain may now be a thing of the past thanks to a new medical technique from South Korea. Fusing Eastern and Western medical techniques, Dr. Joonshik Shin has found a... read more
11/12/2014
Directed by Steve James. Music Man tells the story of professor and inventor Ge Wang who teaches computer music at Stanford University where he began the innovative Stanford Laptop Orchestra.... read more
11/12/2014
Directed by Anna Stull. As a recently retired Iraq War veteran, I understand the challenges of finding employment after military service. Veterans to Farmers is an amazing program that trains vets in... read more
11/12/2014
Directed by Rory Owen Delaney. Of the 2.3 million U.S. military personnel who have deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan since 2001, studies estimate that as many as 460,000 suffer from post-traumatic... read more
11/12/2014
Directed by Callum Cooper. A short documentary portrait on a designer who has created a low cost solution to landmine clearance. 
11/12/2014
Directed by Leveler Media. Temple University biologist Tonia Hsieh explains how she uses the unlikely combination of lizards and high speed cameras to advance the field of robotics. 
11/12/2014
Directed by Haroun Saifi. The Walk Again Project is an international research consortium cofounded by Miguel Nicolelis, professor in biology at Duke University and neurophyisiologist. 

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