With so much con­tent com­ing at us on a dai­ly basis from TV, Mag­a­zines, Radio, Web­sites & Blogs it’s hard to know where to turn for valu­able, hon­est & enter­tain­ing infor­ma­tion.  I have scoured (googled) the inter­net for the best (first page results) green blogs out there and this is what I found….

  • Com­ing in at numero uno on the hip­py hard­core scale is “No Impact Man” a blog start­ed by Col­in Bea­van in 2007 when he and his fam­i­ly decid­ed to go off the grid for 1 year in the mid­dle of NYC.  Since then there has been a “No Impact Man” book & movie.  Below is a link to an arti­cle on how to set­up & main­tain your own worm com­post­ing oper­a­tion. No Impact Man: Worm Com­post­ing
  • Sec­ond on my list is a hard-work­ing DIY blog called “Young House Love”.  Sher­ry & John Peter­sik are full-time blog­gers.  They do not con­sid­er their site a green blog, but they have a love of reuse & a fair amount of arti­cles about how to green up your cur­rent space.  Below is an arti­cle they wrote about how to make your own rain bar­rel. Young House Love: How to Make a Rain Bar­rel 
  • Last, but not least is a fun, free spir­it­ed blog com­posed of small, crafty green activ­i­ties to keep you and/or your chil­dren enter­tained.  The link below goes to an entry on how to make your own bat house.  Bats are a great green way of keep­ing the unwant­ed insect pop­u­la­tion down around your home. Craft­ing a Green World: Build a Bat House in Your Back­yard

What­ev­er your green goals are there is a blog out there for you.  Go to Technorati.com to find more blogs that may tick­le your fan­cy.