The Liquid Rainbow of Colombia

Imagine coming upon a river, flowing through a stretch of forest. But when you look down into the water, rather than seeing light blue water reflecting the sky above, you see shades of yellow and red mixing together in various patterns and shapes. You look further down the river and the red is mixing with […]

Episode 310: All About Energy Crops

It may be a little corny, but learning about the future of biofuels is a-maze-ing! In this episode of Tomorrow’s World Today, Darieth visited the company POET located in South Dakota. There, she learned about their process of turning corn stover into biofuel, a renewable energy source. Luckily, corn isn’t the only crop out there […]

Everglades National Park

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Wetlands are an extremely unique ecosystem on our planet. You may recognize them from virtually any nature documentary as you’d be hard-pressed to find one where they didn’t pay this environment a visit. They are the subject of awe to many because they include a rare blend of water plant life and wildlife entirely unique […]

Artist Transforms House During Quarantine

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French artist Nathalie Lété, for example, has spent quarantine transforming her country home into a wonderland of her own making. She has painted original pieces all over her walls, doorways, stairs, beds, and even created some original decorations and furniture pieces. View this post on Instagram A post shared by NathalieLete (@nathalie_lete) Her style is […]

The Wonder of the Dragon’s Blood Tree

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What does the word “sap” mean to you? Specifically, tree sap. You’re probably picturing something sticky and brown, like maple syrup. Some may also think of balsam or frankincense, which also come from plant resin. But few would picture a tree appearing to leak blood, crimson as any human’s. The dracaena cinnabari, or dragon’s blood […]

America’s Best Botanical Gardens to Visit this Holiday Season

There’s nothing like the crisp sound of walking in fresh snow. Or enjoying an early morning snowfall while deer run through your background. There’s a lot of great scenery that comes with winter. But one of the worst parts of the season is how plant life vanishes. The trees are empty and barren. Flowers struggle, […]

Ten Houseplants That Are Easy To Care For

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Keeping a plant around is an effortless way to bring color into your life and a bit of inspiration as well. The problem is having enough time to care for another living being when you’re already too busy taking care of yourself and your family. There are some labor-intensive plants out there amid the more […]

Medicinal Plants: Nature’s Doctors

Want to feel better without taking medicine or going to a doctor? Well, this isn’t that kind of article- you still need to suck it up and visit a professional. But there are plenty of natural remedies you can use for smaller pains and ills, many of which you might already have in your pantry. […]

Grow a Vertical Garden at Home

Growing a vegetable garden at home can be difficult, especially if you’re short on space. A few herbs or a strawberry plant might be feasible, but full heads of lettuce and other produce? Impossible…Or is it? If you try these vertical farming methods at home, the freshest of greens will be on your table in […]