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Splurge On A Hand-Powered Table Saw

Splurge On A Hand-Powered Table Saw

Yep, you read that right — for just over $1,200, a hand-powered table saw can be yours! The Jointmaker Pro v2, created by Bridge City Toolworks, “is a hybrid device, a hand saw that employs custom Japanese saw blades offered in crosscut and rip grinds,” according to the company. Because […]

Give a Green Gift

Give a Green Gift

If you want to spread knowledge about lessening our carbon impact, give the gift of green. Any item you would buy ordinarily, from food to clothes and even certificates can be given “greenly”. One of the best resources for green gifts treehugger.com. They have a broad range of categories for […]

Green Your Furniture Without Breaking the Bank

Green Your Furniture Without Breaking the Bank

If you’ve ever looked for green furniture, you’ll notice that the environmentally friendlier pieces tend to come with a pretty high price tag, probably because green products are still a relatively new phenomenon. Below are some tips that have been adopted from Treehugger.com that can help you find sustainable ways […]

Jetson Green on Green Blogs

Jetson Green on Green Blogs

Blogs that cover the niche of Green Building and eco-friendly materials have flourished within the past two years and recently Preston Koerner of Jetson Green participated in a panel with four other established “green” bloggers.

Beer Bottle Buddhist Temple

Beer Bottle Buddhist Temple

It’s not often the word “beer” and “buddhist” are used together to describe a harmonious convergence but in this example we must agree with Treehugger that these monks have done a tremendous job with using over a million green Heineken bottles to build their Buddhist temple.