The founder of one of Oregon’s most enduring farm-dinner series celebrates 10 years of giving and receiving from the land.
Matt Kennedy produces ceramics using unique digital tools under his Portland studio Port Rhombus Design.
When Portland artist and designer David Laubenthal of DJL Studio would drive to his workshop, he would often notice wood pallets dumped on the curb. He began to collect them.
With green becoming mainstream, you’ve probably embraced repurposing in some form by now. Historic building repair specialist Andrew Curtis goes a step beyond.
Each year we make some improvement, large or small, to our home. Bit by bit, as we make changes, it’s important to us to figure out how we can reduce our footprint just a little bit more.
Reduce your home’s indoor toxins by switching to cleaners that are eco-friendly.
A Portland family decides a remodel that honors the past of their 1930s cottage and keeps its basic footprint is the greenest way to go.
A lakeside home near Eugene dazzles with its minimalist design and maximum sustainability.
There’s always room for improvement when it comes to reducing waste.