Poorly made clothes wear out quickly, clutter closets and use up precious natural resources. Learn how you can choose quality clothes that save money, last longer and reduce waste.
Practicing a little maintenance and fixing problems, before the rainy season sets in, can lengthen the life of the materials that make up your home.
More natural resources are contained in buildings than in the products that we use day-to-day. Wood, iron and steel, non-ferrous metals, chemicals, plastic, cement and lime and glass are the building blocks of our homes. And it burns a lot of natural gas, oil and coal to manufacture these materials.
Maximize these last few weeks of great weather to do a little good around your home.
Do you have a favorite repair shop? You know, somewhere you go because you actually trust them with your stuff? I do! Well, I have several...
Imagine a day when Oregonians live well and prosperously, producing and using materials responsibly, conserving resources, and protecting the environment and climate. Imagine a day when we recognize that the earth’s resources are finite and we begin living and working within those limits, ensuring that future generations have the same opportunities as we do.