During last October’s unusual balmy 80 degree weather in Manhattan, I walked through a muggy subway station and found myself humming the Ella Fitzgerald/Louis Armstrong rendition of “Moonlight in Vermont.”
Right now most of the plastic in our products is made from fossil fuels, an energy source and material that is not renewable or sustainable.
Sunscreen is associated with all things healthy. It keeps your skin safe from damaging UV rays, preventing skin cancer and wrinkles alike.
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It was a crisp autumn afternoon in Vermont when Larry Plesent, founder and CEO of Vermont Soap, headed to the county fair in search of a slice of apple pie to satiate his sweet tooth.
A spark of joy ignited within me.
There is a lot of consumer misconception out there about pesticides used on fruit/vegetables.
In medieval England knights kept themselves nourished over their long, epic journeys by preparing various pies that kept well under a thick, dense pie pastry.
I started regularly making homemade cleaners a few years back after struggling with a stubborn carpet stain that no commercially manufactured remover could resolve.
Down in Orlando, Florida, among Epcot’s various attractions, The Land Pavilion showcases a unique display of mankind’s interaction with planet Earth in terms of agriculture.