Vol. 10 Nbr. 3, April 2009
- Spray foam? Icynene? Just what do you mean? New Life Journal's Maggie Crammer hunts for answers to your insulation inquiries.
- Blazing the Green Home Trail: this change of season brings green changes to Asheville's Multiple Listing Service, shares Michael Figura.
- The green homes you get for the money: the general housing market may not look so great, but the green housing market is a different story, especially in the Asheville area. And you can get a variety of green features in homes across the price spectrum.
- Raise the eco-bar of your roof: use your rooftop as another garden and do great things for the planet.
- Mobility then stability: Kyle Holloman helps you prioritize your exercise, goals.
- Fusion fun: Natalie Keng shares her family's tales and tips to help you add Asian elements to your cooking.
- The commercials and controversy about high-fructose corn syrup: Dr. Elizabeth Pavka helps us all determine whether TV is telling it right.
- These pillows are made for dreaming: Mieko Flynn shares how you can use sacred herbs to help have a sacred sleep.
- Eggstra wonderful nutrition: Ruth Gonzalez takes a look at the local egg scene.
- Smart planting: David Tuch explains how conscious planting can help reduce a building's heating and cooling costs.
- A do-it-yourself dream: NLJ's Green Home experts board takes a look at the handiwork of homeowners and builders Maria Muscarella and Toby Crawley.
- Origami Organizers: Joti Marra's simple and eco-friendly project helps make spring-cleaning a snap.
- Yurts revisited: Erin Everett answers readers' questions and revisits the subject she wrote about in 2004 just in time for 2009's economy.
- Farm to Hospital pilot launched in WNC.
- Free outdoor classroom series offered.
- WNC celebrates Earth Day.
- Mike Vance: creates opportunities for green living.