‘Parklets’ are areas in streets that have been reclaimed for plants. You can find them all over Europe, in Scotland and even in Hackney. See this Guardian article.
Peter Ash’s soil fertility course This online course will tell you all you need to know about creating and maintaining fertile soil. This workshop unlocks the secrets of natural soil fertility as well as focuses on how to make the … Continued
Regenerative agriculture in Spain, where the gaps between vines are no longer ploughed, and the Knepp Estate in UK, where some areas are returning to being farmed. In the rewilding project, biodiversity is the product with meat as a by-product. … Continued
Here on the edge of the Sahara in South Western Morocco, the Anti-Atlas mountains receive less than 5.2 inches of rainfall a year, barely ten percent of the global average, which makes this one of the driest place in Morocco … Continued
This text comes from the description of the video (note that the special offer mentioned only lasts until April 22nd):– “In part one of our series on “Healthy Soil – Healthy Planet” we’ll be exploring some of the many benefits … Continued
Did you know that plastic packaging can be replaced with material made with mushrooms, and that when the mushroom packaging has been used it can be composted? Have a look at this video (picture above). The same technique can also … Continued