• Eco Garden, Spring 2018 Almanac

    March Eco Garden 2018

    Moon Gardening with Priscilla Woolworth

  • Spring 2018 Almanac, Tree News

    Tree Spotting

    We all know that a walk in nature is a great path to tranquility. But did you know you don’t…

  • Eco News, Spring 2018 Almanac

    Plastic-eating fungus found at a landfill site in Pakistan

    Currently, around the world, landfills are full of billions of tons of plastics. These plastics are attracting organisms that are…

  • Recipe, Spring 2018 Almanac

    Asparagus & Lemon Risotto

    This recipe is easy to make, absolutely delicious and packed with nutrients.

  • Gamechanger, Spring 2018 Almanac

    Queen Elizabeth

    Queen Elizabeth has no patience for plastic and is taking Buckingham Palace plastic free!

  • Eco Tip, Spring 2018 Almanac

    Hibiscus Flower

    The red hibiscus flower is cultivated worldwide for both its aesthetic appeal and its medicinal uses, which is in the…

  • Spring 2018 Almanac, Sustainable Design

    Food Pharmacies

    Some pharmacies are dispensing fruit and veg as well as drugs. Many medical issues have symptoms that can be managed…

  • Artist, Spring 2018 Almanac

    Vincent Van Gogh

    For Vincent van Gogh, nature was the defining subject of his art. Over the course of his short but intense…

  • Shop, Spring 2018 Almanac

    PW Products Spring 2018

    I have edited down my Eco-Shop to the best and most essential. Take a look!

  • Spring 2018 Almanac, Sustainable Design

    The Green School

    he Green School is located in the jungle in south central Bali. Begun a decade ago by John and Cynthia…

  • Recipe, Spring 2018 Almanac

    Almond Cake

    A delicious, satisfying and easy to make cake!

  • Eco Garden, Spring 2018 Almanac

    Poison Ivy

    How to get rid of POISON IVY in your garden, without using toxic herbicides.

  • Eco Tip, Spring 2018 Almanac

    Car Air Fresheners

    It’s time to stop making air fresheners for cars, and phase them out just as skin-exfoliating products were, the polluting…

  • Nature News, Spring 2018 Almanac

    Seed Libraries

    Seed libraries provide vegetable seeds so that people can grow food they might not otherwise be able to get.

  • Eco Tip, Spring 2018 Almanac

    PW Tips for Spring!

    The two most diverse, all natural and beloved kitchen ingredients in my home!

  • Book, Spring 2018 Almanac

    Natural Gardening for Birds: Create a Bird-Friendly Habitat in Your Backyard

    A Practical Illustrated Bird Oriented Gardening Book with Great Reference Charts. Bird watchers everywhere dream of a landscape dotted with…

  • Book, Spring 2018 Almanac

    100 Plants to Feed the Bees: Provide a Healthy Habitat to Help Pollinators Thrive

    The international bee crisis is threatening our global food supply, but this user-friendly field guide shows what you can do…

  • Book, Spring 2018 Almanac

    Children’s Book: Bertolt

    This is a charming, touching story about an imaginative boy whose best friend is an oak tree named Bertolt.

  • Animal News, Spring 2018 Almanac

    Border collies

    Border collies run like the wind to bring new life to Chilean forest.

  • Spring 2018 Almanac

    May 13, 2018: Mother’s Day

    Go for a walk in nature!

  • Eco Cinema, Spring 2018 Almanac

    Leaning into the Wind

    Riedelsheimer’s exquisite film illuminates Goldsworthy’s mind as it reveals his art.

  • Spring 2018 Almanac

    The Butterfly Whisperer

    Described as “the butterfly whisperer,” Tim Wong, is an aquatic biologist at the California Academy of Science (in San Francisco),…

  • Eco Garden, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    February Eco Garden

    Moon Gardening by Priscilla Woolworth

  • Artist, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Andrew Wyeth home and Studio

    Wyeth built his home and studio overlooking the valley. Here he set down roots, which have nourished a family of…

  • Eco News, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Gaga’s Gloves

    There was a time, up to the 1960’s, when women wore gloves every time they left the house.

  • Tree News, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Ethical Evergreens

    If you are buying a real Christmas tree this month, did you know that you could have one that is…

  • Water News, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Switch the Stick

    Something like millions of Q-tips are flushed down the toilet each year, being so small they pass through sewage filters…

  • Eco News, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Zero Waste Shops

    ZERO WASTE SHOPS are opening up all over Europe!!

  • Sustainable Design, Winter 2017/18 Almanac


    Pocheco is a paper company in the north of France that produces 2 billion envelopes a year. It also has…

  • Shop, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    PW Products Winter Issue 2017-2018

    Check out all the fantastic new Products in my store!!

  • Recipe, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Potato and Leek Gratin

    You probably know that calcium is key for healthy teeth and bones, but did you know that consuming inulin fiber-rich…

  • Recipe, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Castelluccio Lentils with Tomatoes and Gorgonzola

  • Recipe, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Butternut Squash Minestrone

    I love soup. It’s such a versatile and satisfying dish that can include seasonal vegetables leftover from the week.

  • Eco Tip, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Reduce Shipping-Box Waste

    Do you know what to do with all the individual shipping boxes that Amazon and other retailers send out? There…

  • Eco Tip, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Eco Tips

    My Eco Tips Winter 2017/18

  • The Cabinet Of Green Curiosities, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Green Onion Sun Prints

    Vietnamese artist and photographer Binh Danh, used green onions to capture the allusive Buddha.

  • The Cabinet Of Green Curiosities, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Aquatic Recycling

    Based in Delft, Netherlands, Nienke Hoogvliet wishes to call attention to the sustainable aspects of our daily habits. “I would…

  • The Cabinet Of Green Curiosities, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Sea Silk

    Sea silk is an extremely fine, rare, and valuable fabric that is made from the long silky filaments or byssus…

  • Artist, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Ernst Gamperl (German b. 1965)

    Winner of the 2016 Loewe Foundation Craft Prize for his work ‘Tree of Life 2.’ Ernst Gamperl is a self-taught…

  • Eco News, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Druid’s Corner

    A druid is a member of a high-ranking professional class in ancient Celtic cultures. Druids revered nature, the wilderness and…

  • Nature News, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Stewards of the Ocean

    As fish populations crash elsewhere, communities in Mexico’s Baja California are limiting catches to keep harvests bountiful, boost tourism, and…

  • Artist, Bird News, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    The Audubon Mural Project: Street Art in Harlem Highlighting Endangered Bird Species

    The Audubon Mural Project is a public art initiative inspired by the legacy of the great American bird artist and…

  • Eco Cinema, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Meat Free Mondays

    This short film tackles an issue related to climate change, the degradation of our earth, and the extinction of species…

  • Book, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Bringing Nature Home by Douglas Tallamy

    Bringing Nature Home has sparked a national conversation about the link between healthy local ecosystems and human well-being…

  • Eco Cinema, Eco News, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    The Story of Microfibers

    Most of us wear synthetic fabrics like polyester every day…This is a big problem.

  • Bird News, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Bird Lovers

    Early December is the time to clean your nesting boxes, and remember to always keep your feeders clean for the…

  • Eco Cinema, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    My Life As A Turkey

    This documentary, which won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Nature Programming, is the story of one man’s remarkable experience raising…

  • Book, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Because of an Acorn by Lola M. Schaefer

    Because of an acorn, a tree grows, a bird nests, a seed becomes a flower.

  • Book, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    One Wild Bird at a Time: Portraits of Individual Lives by Bernd Heinrich

    In his modern classic, One Man’s Owl and Mind of the Raven, Bernd Heinrich has written memorably about his relationships…

  • Book, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Andy Goldsworthy: Projects

  • Eco News, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Green Burials

    Natural or Green burials are environmentally friendly, and more so than conventional burials.

  • Artist, Fall 2017 Almanac

    Georgia O’Keeffe: Food, Art & Nature

    Georgia O’Keeffe’s deep affinity for nature has been fully documented, but she was also very interested in eating healthy, and…

  • Eco News, Fall 2017 Almanac

    Great News from the EWG!

    Procter & Gamble, the world’s biggest maker of both household cleaning and personal care products, announced the most sweeping fragrance…

  • Eco News, Fall 2017 Almanac

    Sept. 16th: International Coastal Clean Up Day

    We know that ocean trash is a serious pollution problem that affects the health of people, wildlife and local economies…But…

  • Fall 2017 Almanac, Recipe

    Borscht with Sour Cream & Fresh Dill

    Did you know…that beets are one of the healthiest foods to eat? Beets contain valuable nutrients that may help lower…

  • Fall 2017 Almanac

    The Audubon Institute’s Insectarium

    On a very humid (swamp like) day, this past July, I spent a few hours in the Audubon Butterfly Garden…

  • Fall 2017 Almanac, The Cabinet Of Green Curiosities

    The Silk Pavilion

    Humans have been breeding silkworms for fabric for over 5,000 years, but Media Lab professor Neri Oxman married their innate…

  • Fall 2017 Almanac, The Cabinet Of Green Curiosities

    The Awesome Orange

    The start-up Orange Fiber, run by Adriana Santanocito and Enrica Arena, has developed a new kind of fabric, which is…

  • Fall 2017 Almanac, Sustainable Design

    Regrowing a Forest

    What can we do about the excessive amount of waste we are generating worldwide? How do we inexpensively create an…

  • Fall 2017 Almanac, Recipe

    Zucchini Fritters

    These zucchini fritters are easy to make and so delicious! When you make these, the key is squeezing the water…

  • Eco Garden, Fall 2017 Almanac

    The Ozone Garden

    What if figuring out if the air you’re breathing is clean was as simple as taking a stroll in your…

  • Eco News, Fall 2017 Almanac

    Food Companies Fighting Climate Change

    Staple food items that take some of the bite out of global warming.

  • Eco Tip, Fall 2017 Almanac

    PW Eco Tips Fall 2017

    These 3 plants are tops at removing a variety of pollutants from inside your home or office.

  • Eco Garden, Fall 2017 Almanac

    Garden Lovers and Gardeners

    Located in London, The Chelsea Physic Garden was founded in 1673, as the Apothecaries’ Garden, with the purpose of training…

  • Eco News, Fall 2017 Almanac

    These petitions are made possible thanks to the generous support of members, who contribute on a monthly basis to…

  • Almanac, Eco Garden, Fall 2017 Almanac

    Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds

    The company has grown to offer nearly 2,000 varieties of vegetables, flowers and herbs—the largest selection of heirloom varieties in…

  • Fall 2017 Almanac, The Cabinet Of Green Curiosities

    Mended Spiderweb #8

    Artist Nina Katchadourian documents her meticulous repair of silken webs with patches made with red thread.

  • Eco Cinema, Eco News, Fall 2017 Almanac

    This Land is Our Land

    California is facing a drought of historic proportions and while individuals are being forced to reduce their water usage, Nestlé…

  • Fall 2017 Almanac, Nature News

    Cracking the Code on Egg Coloration

    Did you know…that just two pigments account for the remarkable spectrum of bird eggshell hue and patterns?

  • Book, Fall 2017 Almanac

    Touch the Earth by Julian Lennon

    Jump aboard the White Feather Flier in this unique interactive kids book! Lennon’s magical plane can go wherever you want.…

  • Book, Fall 2017 Almanac

    Biophilia by Christopher Marley

    Christopher Marley’s art expresses his passionate engagement with the beautiful forms of nature.

  • Fall 2017 Almanac, Shop

    New PW Chosen Products – Fall 2017!

    Great new products in the store for the Fall!

  • Book, Fall 2017 Almanac

    The Nature Fix by Florence Williams

    Intrigued by our storied renewal in the natural world, Florence Williams set out to uncover the science behind nature’s positive…

  • Bird News, Blog, Fall 2017 Almanac

    October Bird Migration

    Birds of prey have been called “ecological barometers,” which simply means they help us gauge how healthy a habitat is.…

  • Fall 2017 Almanac, Gamechanger

    Rob Machado

    Rob Machado is one of the world’s most recognizable surfers as well as a committed environmentalist.

  • Eco Tip, Summer 2017 Almanac

    New Products for Summer 2017!

    There are many great new products in my store! Check them all out!

  • Summer 2017 Almanac

    Reconnect to nature on World Environment Day, June 5th!

    World Environment Day reminds us to take action to conserve and protect our natural environment. This year, the theme is…

  • Recipe, Summer 2017 Almanac

    Artichoke Vinaigrette with Raw Vegetables

    This delicious recipe is full of healthy, nourishing gluten-free ingredients.

  • Summer 2017 Almanac, Sustainable Design

    Zero Waste Japanese Town

    Touted by many as the world’s “first zero-waste town,” Kamikatsu, the small mountainous town on the island of Shikoku, Japan,…

  • Recipe, Summer 2017 Almanac

    Spiced Spaghetti Squash Pancakes

    Delicious recipe! Healthful cooking can be vibrant, creative and wildly satisfying. Love food that makes you feel good!

  • Recipe, Summer 2017 Almanac

    Peach Cobbler

    When using ripe, succulent fruits, this cobbler bakes for just 20 to 25 minutes.

  • Book, Summer 2017 Almanac

    Hello Nature: Draw, Color, Make, and Grow by Nina Chakrabarti

    A fantastic new nature activity book that explores the exciting natural world around us!

  • Book, Summer 2017 Almanac

    Tomorrow: All Over The Globe Solutions Already Exist By Cyril Dion

    What if highlighting solutions and telling positive stories was the best way to solve the ecological, economic, and social problems…

  • Book, Summer 2017 Almanac

    Photo Ark by Jo Sartore

    This lush book of photography represents National Geographic’s Photo Ark, a major cross-platform initiative and lifelong project by photographer Joel…

  • Summer 2017 Almanac, The Cabinet Of Green Curiosities


    Gogottes are naturally occurring sculptures found in Fontainbleau, France, the one time home of the French monarchy.

  • Eco Garden, Summer 2017 Almanac

    July 2017 Eco-Gardening

    Moon Gardening by Priscilla Woolworth

  • Summer 2017 Almanac, The Cabinet Of Green Curiosities

    Coco de Mer

    ‘Coco de Mer’ is the largest and heaviest known seed in the world.

  • Gamechanger, Summer 2017 Almanac

    Severine Von Tscharner Fleming

    Part-time farmer, activist and founder of Greenhorns, a grassroots organization with the mission to recruit, promote and support the rising…

  • Eco Cinema, Summer 2017 Almanac

    Seed: The Untold Story

    Few things on Earth are as miraculous and vital as seeds, worshiped and treasured since the dawn of humankind.

  • Eco Garden, Summer 2017 Almanac

    August 2017 Eco-Gardening

    Moon Gardening by Priscilla Woolworth

  • Artist, Summer 2017 Almanac

    Miguel Angel Blanco

    Artist Miguel Angel Blanco has developed a collection of wooden boxes as a forest library, containing the findings from intentionally…

  • Summer 2017 Almanac, The Cabinet Of Green Curiosities

    Busy Bees Use Flower Petals For Nest Wallpaper

    Building a nest takes a day or two, and the female might create about 10 nests in total, often right…

  • Recipe, Spring 2017 Almanac

    Moroccan-ish Sweet Potato Sunshine Salad

    This salad is all sweet potato goodness with a bit of a Moroccan stew vibe.

  • Recipe, Spring 2017 Almanac

    Warm Grain Bowl

    I have made this recipe so many times and enjoy it every time!

  • Recipe, Spring 2017 Almanac

    Simple Kale Chickpea Salad

    This salad is perfect for cooler spring days and a great way to get more greens into your life.

  • Blog, Spring 2017 Almanac

    Spring Issue Cover

    Elements of the lovely Spring Issue cover photo.

  • Shop, Spring 2017 Almanac

    New Products Spring 2017

    So many great new items!

  • Spring 2017 Almanac, The Cabinet Of Green Curiosities

    Bezoar Stone

    Bezoar stones are formed from accretions in the stomachs of ruminants that have become ossified and were believed to be…

  • Eco Tip, Spring 2017 Almanac

    Eco Tips Spring 2017

    Olive Oil, Salt & Honey!