Evergreen Girls wine expert Grace Joyal breaks down four rosé wine to transport you to a different time and place this summer, from the comfort of your back porch.
Tiny but useful: to live a more intentional lifestyle, there are plenty of tiny, but useful ways in which you can alter your everyday routine to live more sustainably. This recurring publication will focus on very small, simple and specific ways to treat our planet just a bit better each day.
Evergreen Girls encourages its community members to live more connected to nature, and that extends to the food you eat. We’ve rounded up 5 fresh finds for you to look for the next time you find yourself at a farmers market.
A fresh spring salad that’s even better the second day. This Orange Poppy Seed Chopped Salad is sure to delight! Ingredients Plain Greek yogurt – ¼ c. Orange Juice – ¼ cup – freshly […]
Any trip to grandma’s house includes coffee cake: the rolling out of bed, padding down the stairs and smelling that heavenly combination of cinnamon sugar crystallizing in butter in the oven. The cake always comes accompanied by freshly cut fruit, hot coffee and familial laughter. I suggest you do the same.
Who doesn’t love a trail-friendly snack? It’s especially lovable when that snack is homemade. One of our Fare and Folly experts put together two sweet ahd healthy recipes for you – so you can […]
Earth Day 2018 is Sunday, April 22, so what better excuse to revamp your lunch game with sustainable products? The EPA estimates the average American creates 4.5 pounds of trash every day. We scoured the web to find five products that don’t just make your day easier – they make the planet happy, too.
From sea breeze-swept vineyards on the Central Coast of California, to wide open, barren earth in rural Australia, these wines will transport you to a different place and time – without you having to open […]