It’s a dual celebration! We are celebrating our 10th year in business by building a temporary park, complete with urban chickens, bocce ball, pizza and cold beverages.
It’s time, again, for the Bike Commuter Challenge, starting June 14. Moss is competing again for the 7th year and we’re going to crush it!
Stormwater that collects on roadways and sidewalks carries a host of environmentally damaging pollutants. You can help to minimize stormwater runoff by replacing impervious surfaces with permeable pavement and adding rain gardens and rain barrels.
Ditch the technology and take a break with an off grid vacation.
Carving out some space at the interior of a site can form a courtyard to connect inside and out.
What does winterizing your home mean? Does it really help? A quick primer on what it means to winterize your home and why it is so effective.
It turns out a lot can be wrong with too much, too bright city lighting.
In this post, we’ll hear from everyone on the moss team about why adaptive reuse is paramount to their architectural philosophy, and we’ll include case studies to illustrate our words.
Wetlands, prairies, rain gardens and green roofs can help reduce flooding in big and small ways.
One of our most popular posts was on growing fruit trees in Chicago. Read our updated version packed with more information from our local expert John Eskandari.
Do away with branded hats, mugs and mini back-packs and gift your employees some of our eco-friendly alternatives instead.
Ever wonder what houseplant is right for you? Our handy flowchart can help give you some ideas.