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There's a poetic justice in the Life Box: like any cardboard box, it's made from trees, but unlike any others, it actually helps forests grow back. Filled with hundreds of tree seeds, this might be the first box that's more interesting than whatever's sent inside. When you get the Life Box in the mail, the cardboard can be torn off and soaked to start the seedlings. In a couple of years, you'll have baby trees that you can plant anywhere and track by GPS on the Life Box site.

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In domestic relationships, one of the quickest ways to butter up your partner is by taking out the trash. In business, removing festering piles of waste also makes you the sort of person who gets missed when you're not around.

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What If a Mushroom Designed Your Kitchen?

In the third installment of his radical kitchen redesign, architect Nick Sowers adapts cabinets to become ideal mushroom habitats.

Architect Nick Sowers returns with the third in his series that explores whether, by re-designing the kitchen around food, we could establish a new and closer relationship to it. Don't miss his introduction, "What If Your Food Hired An Architect to Redesign Your Kitchen?" and the second installment, "The Harvest Table."

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