One person’s junk is another person’s treasure on the Freecycle Network, where members can find used wares nearby that would otherwise be tossed with the trash. Give and receive anything from furniture to bicycles.
Parents: get the kids off the couch. Many of the toys from this online store and blog, designed to spark children’s imaginations, are made from eco-friendly materials according to fair trade practices.
Forget poker and trivia. Try Betting on Nature or Bioviva instead. The card and board games from Earth Smart Games make learning about the environment fun and engaging.
The Children’s Education Series from independent publisher Nomad Press helps kids explore the world around them as well as far-off places. Learn how to identify animal tracks or to construct a battery.
Note: This article was originally printed with the title, "Resources."
This article was originally published with the title Resources.