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Introducing the Stojo Collapsible Cup

Introducing the Stojo Collapsible Cup (and why it’s important)

Posted by Dee Sewell on November 5, 2018

Following the publication of the IPCC, it is more important than ever that we change our habits and it may need a bottom up approach.

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3 Ways to Be a SenseAble GROWer During Climate Change

3 Ways to Be a Sense-Able GROWer in a Changing Climate

Posted by Dee Sewell on October 2, 2018

Three ways to learn more about your soil in a changing climate and engage in an exciting European Citizen Science project with the GROW Observatory

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3 Ways to (Re)Invigorate Your Environmental Mojo

3 Ways To (Re)Ignite Your Environmental Mojo

Posted by Dee Sewell on July 15, 2018

We need our communities as much as they need us if we’re to avoid activism burnout. Here are three ways to (re)ignite your environmental motivation

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How to grow a green roof

How to Build a Sedum Green Roof Structure

Posted by Dee Sewell on February 22, 2018

Living green roofs can enhance the garden, make us feel better, attract pollinating insects and provide safe places for wildlife. What’s not to love!

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10 EXAMPLES OF SOCIAL ENTERPRISE IN HORTICULTURE

Social Enterprise: 10 Examples in Horticulture

Posted by Dee Sewell on November 10, 2017

Social enterprise is driven by social and environmental purposes. Any profit that is made is reinvested towards achieving those purposes. Here’s 10 examples in horticulture.

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October is Reuse Month - What Will You Re-Imagine?

October is Reuse Month – What Will You Re-imagine?

Posted by Dee Sewell on September 30, 2017

October is Reuse Month – What Will You Re-imagine?

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Time to Talk About Soil

Posted by Dee Sewell on September 7, 2017

Soil is the mother of all things. Please honour and protect her by signing the People 4 Soil petition. Give soil a voice.

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Why People Are Freaking Out About the Harlequin Ladybird

Posted by Dee Sewell on July 10, 2017

The Harlequin Ladybird has swept across North America, Canada, the UK and Europe. Now it’s on Ireland’s shores. Here’s how to identify it and report it.

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