Experts share tips on safe relocation, replanting
by Laurie Bazemore Birdsong
Poet Joyce Kilmer knew that no expression of natural beauty could be as lovely as a tree. As cherished landmarks, thriving trees endear us to our homes, add stature to businesses and epitomize the intellectual vitality of the university quads they line. All too often, however, construction plans to create sturdier images of homes, businesses and universities override the instinct to preserve the very landmarks that define these entities.
Scoot on over
Environmental impact, economy driving scooter sales
by Anne Woodman
The iconic “Share the Road” bumper sticker is beginning to encompass a wider variety of vehicles than ever before. These days, keep an eye out as you commute to work or pull into the grocery store parking lot: Zipping down the road ahead of you could be a scooter, electric bike or Segway.
Eco-luxury blends with graceful living
by Debby Gomulka
According to the U.S. Green Building Council, there are many true benefits to living in a green home, not the least of which is a healthier lifestyle. Every day, more and more homeowners are discovering these benefits.