Showing tonight at 7:30, a documentary about the juice that’s running your computer, and what it means to Virginia.
An author explains where Madison came up with the wacky idea of saving trees.
It was love at first sight. Until the day Mark Hampton and Jay Alexander first laid eyes on a house built by Charlottesville design-build company Latitude 38, they thought they were looking to buy an older dwelling —maybe a 1930s bungalow. One look at the Latitude house changed their minds. “We went from wanting old […]
What’s more important: a reliable Internet connection, or an unspoiled landscape?
A video series documents some pretty heinous litter and pollution around Charlottesville.
Eliot Coleman is coming to town! And you can make $50K growing food in your backyard!
“I don’t throw away things that still have life in them.” With that simple credo, Peggy Mucklo explains why she chose her house. The 1825 log cabin—moved from Milam, West Virginia, and reconstructed on her land near Lovingston—was in remarkably good shape when she found it nearly 20 years ago. But more than that, it […]
Development marches on, but it feels good to know that the Wilderness will not go under the bulldozers.
One of the 10 most endangered environments in the South is right around the corner.
The new issue is out and it’s packed with greenness.
Seen through the trees on a steep Rugby-area hillside, W.G. Clark’s modern house presents a translucent glass-block face to the bustle of Barracks Road. “I’ve always admired this hillside,” says architect W.G. Clark, looking through his house’s east-facing windows. “It’s so wild.” Through the glass is a snarl of trees and vines that spill down a […]
Turns out, breastfeeding isn’t just healthy and convenient; it’s green, too.
Reminiscing about our homesteading projects from 2010.
A documentary about photographer Edward Burtynsky, Manufactured Landscapes, left me feeling a little sick.