That overabundance of acorns is not a mistake, but rather trees’ coordinated effort to reproduce, affecting rodents, insects and humans.
Should we apply the same environmental and humanitarian concerns to clothing as we do food? A growing number of people think so.
People grow butterflies to be released at weddings and similar occasions, but is it ethical and eco-friendly? Are there better ways to help butterflies?
Autumn illustrates life’s transitions, which can bring melancholy. As you stop and observe the joys as well as sorrows of existence, here are things that can help you embrace it all.
We speak to an experienced rehabilitator about helping animals in need and protecting livestock while maintaining balance in a farm’s ecosystem.
North America is home to about 100 species of wild silk moths, some of which have wingspans of 7 inches—and fierce-looking caterpillars.
Each cocoon produced by silkworms can produce an unbroken strand of silk that stretches to a mile and a half. Learn more about sericulture.
The invasive, odiferous tree of heaven attracts pollinators but is toxic to other plants. It has human medicinal uses, but cutting alone encourages more growth.