If the recent news about a possible Christmas tree shortage has you worried this holiday season, one U.S. company is offering another option: Start growing your own! The Jonsteen Co. has six different types of Christmas tree growing kits in addition to other kinds of tree kits. And, in two to three
Saying goodbye after a loved one's death can be hard for anyone, but a new company is helping them live on. The Living Urn allows people to mix the ashes of their loves ones with different types of soil and then plant a tree. Mark Brewer and his two childhood friends were inspired after attending a
Ryan Seacrest appears live from Times Square to share his thoughts on 2016.
If a national research group has its way, U.S. farmers will soon add a new crop to their fields -- hazelnuts. Traditionally known as a European crop used to make sweets and healthy cooking oils, hazelnuts may have even bigger potential as a bio-fuel and feed for livestock, researchers say. And
To Celebrate 40th Anniversary of Earth Day, Companies Offer Giveaways, Discounts
Surprising jumps in auto sales for the month of March..waters are starting to recede in the Northeast...and it's Census Day...I'm Marisa Bramwell and here's the latest from the ABC News Desk: MARCH AUTO SALES UP: Charles Herman reports: “Auto sales...
Need a last-minute Christmas gift, but can't make it out to the mall? Never fear. Online retailers are here to ease your panic. Many retailers ended their shipping discounts and deliver-by-Christmas guarantees on Monday, but some are still in effect today and Wednesday. Procrastinators beware: the
If New Yorkers happen to notice a large greenhouse roaming the streets, they should not be alarmed. It's all part of MillionTreesNYC, a program to beautify the city and help the environment by planting a million trees in the city...
If New Yorkers happen to notice a large greenhouse roaming the streets, they should not be alarmed. It's all part of MillionTreesNYC , a program to beautify the city and help the environment by planting 1 million trees in the city over 10 years. The program, a partnership between New York Mayor