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No Mo May 2022!

By Lucy & Libby,
Filed in Articles, climate change, conservation, Environmental Campaigns, Environmental Education, Green Events, green gardening, GreenFinder Events, Uncategorized, wildlife

Lock your lawnmower in the shed for a few weeks and take part in Plantlife’s ‘No Mow May’. Since the 1930’s approximately 7 million acres of flower full meadows and pastures have been lost. This has had a knock on effect resulting in fewer insect-eating birds and pollinators. How can we help? Do nothing in […]

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A Guide on How to Find the Best Greenhouse to Suit Your Needs

By Lucy & Libby,
Filed in Articles, Eco Tips, green gardening, green home, home improvement

    If you’re a gardener, a greenhouse is a must. It’s a perfect solution for growing exotic plants, organic fresh vegetables, and taking cuttings. Deciding on the best greenhouses can sometimes be overwhelming if you’re not aware of all the points you should consider. Indeed, there’s a great palette of options, but you want […]

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Everything adds up!

By Lucy & Libby,
Filed in Articles, climate change, green gardening, green home, home improvement, recycling, Renewable Energy, sustainability

An article from Libby’s dad, Barry, about making small changes that can help develop a sustainable routine.   Growing up during the Second World War when things were in short supply or not available followed by some years in Namibia where it only rained in three months of the year if you were lucky. It […]

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A Guide to Composting

By Lucy & Libby,
Filed in Articles, Eco Tips, green gardening

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Composting is a brilliant environmentally friendly way of removing the waste from your garden and kitchen and turning it into something useful, a fantastic example of the circle of life. Using your own compost is useful in all gardens, particularly for adding nutrients back into your soil and garden.  When Is the Best Time to […]

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The Benefits Of Adding Trees To Your Garden

By Lucy & Libby,
Filed in climate change, green gardening, sustainability, wildlife

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Creating a glorious, natural garden that is manageable and benefits the environment can be a challenge for amateur gardeners, but it doesn’t have to be if you do your homework and learn the basics. There are many easy ways that you can incorporate sustainability into your garden, including using recycled garden products, creating a compost […]

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