Flowers and other plants depend on water to survive. We have a few tips to help you water your plants to keep them green.
Bugs are common in Texas. Aphids can be a danger to our plants and gardens during the
spring and early summer.
If you're wanting to grow rows of vegetables, you don't have to stick with the single packets anymore. Buying seed in bulk became popular over the past year and is available in Abilene.
Each day our bright eyed and furry friends rely on their owners to keep them healthy. Dr. Ellis has his take on natural pet food.
You may think the time for gardening is over but its not. The Big Country Master Gardners were at the Public Library Thursday night to show
that winter time can still produce vegetables.
As fall winds down so does the market on North 1st.
With all of the waste brought to a landfill, the deposit site must take certain precautions to ensure the safety of the environment . One local landfill is going above and beyond to to keep Abilene clean.
Walking to School is Healthy and Eco-Friendly
Many business are realizing that going green is not only eco-friendly but cost effective as well.
A big trial is taking place at Cisco College and the results may be very helpful to the green thumbs and no so green thumbs alike.
Lunch hour may leave many scrambling to find food and sometimes fast food is the only option but now one Abilene restaurant offer quick service with a healthy kick.
In lieu of recent bee attacks, you may be looking for ways to control the population near your house.
West Nile Virus has taken aim on Texas and prevention is key.
In an effort to keep our water sources clean, the city of Abilene is putting out a few hundred reminders.
McMurry has an exciting addition for the new school year and if its received well could help out the environment.
A company in Abilene is using its Christian values to help keep the environment clean.
Many of you may take to the road this summer and TX Dot is hoping you'll drive a little greener this time.
With website like Pinterest, green crafting is becoming a popular new trend. And now its easier than ever.
This weekend is a big holiday but the Texas Forest services is urging Texans to use the outdoors with caution.
A home making class at Hawley has taken its lesson plan to Abilene State Park .
Keeping this earth clean is a group effort and one special needs class at Abilene High is learning to lead the pack.
Vegans and vegetarians may diet for ethical or health purposes but whatever your reason you may be missing out on essential nutrient .
Deciphering the rules of recycling can be a difficult task, but now one company is doing it for you.
With cold temperatures behind us, people are putting on the gloves and heading outdoor to start planting. But you don't have to be a Master Gardner to have pretty plants.
Climate change has been a hot topic in scientific and political realms. One expert visited students at HSU to talk about how their decision can impact the future of our climate.
Are you sick of the trash around the city? Well now Keep Abilene Beautiful is holding an event where you can roll up your sleeves and do something about it.
As spring starts to warm the winter air, people come out of the woodwork and head outdoors. Community parks offer a nice escape and Abilene is gearing up for the season.
A vineyard is a rare site to see in West Texas, but one man says this land may have more to offer than originally thought.
There are many clubs on ACU's campus with a wide variety of interests. But one small club at ACU has a big message.
There was a way to water your grass without pulling from already deprived lakes.
This Valentine's day, over 110 million stemmed roses will be sold,
most will be imported from South America and die after 2 weeks.
One topic that is very important this year but hasn't come up much in debates is the topic of the environment and energy.
For many,flipping through a phone book is a thing of the past and now you can help save hundreds of pages from the printing press.
As furniture grows old and outdated, most of us throw it away to sit in a landfill. But now one store right here in Abilene is offering these pieces a new chance at life.
Now that the shopping is finished, its time to start wrapping! This year, try without paper.
Peak energy usage always falls during the heat of the summer and cold of the winter, but now your bill doesn't have to jump so high.
There is a new, small book out by a local author which takes away some of the mystery of going green.
Many residents in the Big country may want to recycle but knowing where and how to can cause confusion. But now some of the greenest organizations are coming together to help you figure out local recycling.
The drought has been hard on everyone this year but trees are handling it the worst. And now residents are looking for ways to lend a helping hand.
Halloween can be a very wasteful holiday especially if your throwing a party.
October is a month known for its cooler weather and scary holidays. But many don't know its also known as fair trade month and one local business in Abilene is excited to celebrate.
Spring being the best time to garden is a misconception held by many.
Starting Thursday, the city of Abilene is giving people the chance to do a little fall cleaning around the house.
Commercial soaps make promises to take care of your skin but many soaps are doing just the opposite and introducing harmful chemicals into your body.
The Tenaska Trailblazer Clean Coal Plant has a few more components to put together before construction can
begin, but it has one more thing to add to its green resume.
The farmers market has been a main stay in Abilene for years and it offers fresh produce grown locally.
Imagine being on vacation and finding out your home has been hit with a storm. Now, with the touch of a button you can control the climate of your home.
Cisco Family adds more solar power.
Going green is a choice but a business becoming environmentally concious is the law.
If you're selling your house here's some tips for going green.