biofriendly fuel conservation

Biofriendly Fuel Conservation Tips We All Can Use

With gasoline prices between $5.00-$6.00/gallon here in California, I figured now would be a good time to talk about fuel conservation tips. So, in this month’s Biofriendly DIY, we’re going over actions you can take to help reduce your fuel consumption and make your travels a little more biofriendly. With the holidays coming up, we’re […]

water conservation

Be More Biofriendly With These 10 Water Conservation Tips

Depending on where you live, you may be aware of the extreme drought many areas are currently experiencing. As water conservation is so key in this day and age, this month’s Biofriendly DIY is going to focus on 10 water conservation tips you should employ starting right now. When used, these tips can help you […]

National Get Outdoors Day

Family-Friendly Activities for National Get Outdoors Day

Saturday, June 11th is National Get Outdoors Day. This means it’s the perfect time to gather your family, and friends, and get outside for some family-friendly activities. Now, the idea behind National Get Outdoors Day is not only for people to get out and enjoy some time in nature, but it’s to do so locally. […]

ride a bike

10 Biofriendly Reasons to Get Out and Ride a Bike

If you haven’t already heard, May is National Bike Month and, as such, it’s the perfect time to bring up the benefits of riding a bike. Bike riding isn’t just for kids or professional riders. Hoping on a bike and pedaling around town can have numerous health benefits for pretty much anyone at any age. […]

biofriendly transportation

Some of the Benefits of Making Biofriendly Transportation Choices

In this month’s Biofriendly DIY, we’re going to cover some of the benefits of making biofriendly transportation options. Your choice of transportation, whether it be personal or work-related, can have a significant impact on the environment. Choosing more biofriendly ways of getting to and from your destination can be good for your personal well-being, as […]

Valentine's Day as green as can be

Making Valentine’s Day As Green As Can Be

Valentine’s Day is one of those great, DIY holidays. You don’t actually have to get sucked into the commercialism of the day to enjoy it. You don’t need to go out and buy a box of chocolates, bring your loved one a store-bought greeting card or come home with fresh cut flowers to make it […]

going green

Looking to Be More Biofriendly? Going Green Just Makes Sense.

While some people are all about living biofriendly and “going green”, others seem to protest having to make any changes in the daily or weekly routine to which they’ve become accustomed. The funny thing is, going green just makes sense. It doesn’t have to be a political issue, or an issue of whether you believe […]

water conservation habits to adopt

9 Water Conservation Habits You Need to Adopt

This month’s Biofriendly DIY is about water conservation. Water conservation is a serious topic of discussion, especially here in California where records show the state has just seen the driest year since 1924. The drought isn’t just prevalent in California either. Much of the Western United States has been experiencing drought conditions. It’s actually gotten […]

coastal cleanup

Simple Actions You Can Take for Coastal Cleanup Day (and Month)

This month’s Biofriendly DIY is putting the spotlight on International Coastal Cleanup Day and Coastal Cleanup Month. If you’re unfamiliar with these events, each year, the 3rd Saturday in September is designed as Coastal Cleanup Day. September, itself, is Coastal Cleanup Month. According to Surfrider Foundation, this global movement involves around six million volunteers in […]

diy hacks for biofriendly travel

DIY Hacks to Make Your Travels More Biofriendly

As summer will soon be coming to an end, we wanted this month’s Biofriendly DIY to include some DIY hacks you and your family can use to make your travels more biofriendly. Whether you’re heading out for a last minute trip, you want to fit in another quick adventure before the kids go back to […]