Going Green: Every Home an Eco-Home

DVD Release: June 15, 2006
Going Green: Every Home an Eco-Home


GOING GREEN – Every Home an Eco-Home mixes humor with down-to-earth facts and tips as a group of middle-school kids tours the original Eco-Home(TM) and discovers how to make simple, inexpensive changes at home to become more earth-friendly. Eco-pioneer Julia Russell leads the children through the environmentally renovated older home as they discover sun pipes that light up a room without electricity, learn about conserving water, find out what Xeriscape gardening is, what toxic everyday products lurk in our homes, munch on delicious slices of organic apples from one of the property’s 28 fruit trees, help to make compost that turns kitchen waste into food for the soil, get to know what a gray water system is, and pick organic tomatoes right off the vine to make tomato juice.

The show’s essential theme is that an individual or family can start on the road to Going Green by just doing “Just One Thing.” You don’t have to be rich or know anything about ecology. GOING GREEN shows you simple, fun, and money-saving ways to get started, even if you live in the middle of a city.

GOING GREEN is a fun, half-hour, family-friendly program that delivers Eco-living basics right to your door. It is narrated by popular Eco-friendly actor Tony Shalhoub.

Dove Review

Here is a wonderful documentary that teaches everyone about Going Green. This half hour show will enlighten everyone with many tips to make your home more Eco friendly. From replacing old appliances with new energy efficiency to hot water solar panels, from Sun pipe solar tubes to saving water, and disposing of hazard waste products, all the information that you need to make your home a more Eco friendly place is in this DVD.

We approve “Going Green: Every Home an Eco-Home” with the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Eco-friendly life.


Company: Going Green Productions
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 25 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Narrated By: Tony Shalhoub
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe