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Personal Health Reasons Mean I Can't Fully Cut Meat Out. Here's What I Do To Reduce My Foodprint

​Many of us are aware of the detrimental effects the meat industry has on our planet and as much as we'd like to cut down eating meat or cut it out completely, sometimes it's just not possible to do this

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How Social Media Can Make Local Communities Stronger

We hear a lot these days about how social media is tearing us apart. But sometimes, if we use it the right way, it can bring us together as well.

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Regenerative Agriculture Methods You Can Use In Your Own Garden

Regenerative agriculture is one of those things that when you read up about it you think, this makes so much sense!

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5 Innovations That Help You Grow Food At Home ( Even If You Don’t Have A Green Thumb)

Growing food at home is one of the best ways to lessen your home food waste and to know exactly where your food is coming from.

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On Living Sustainably With A Chronic Illness

Why we need to aim for a world that's better and safer for everyone in our fight for the environment.

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Which 'Milk' Is Best For The Environment? We Compared Dairy, Nut, Soy, Hemp And Grain Milks

If, as a consumer you are trying to reduce the environmental footprint of the milk you drink, the first message is you should avoid dairy and replace it with plant-based options.

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What Have Our Grandparents Taught Us About Living Sustainably?

What we now think of as being eco-friendly was simply living to our grandparents and great grandparents.

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Fresh Food Starts With An Organised Fridge

So word on the street is we haven’t been using our fridges correctly this whole time. Storing food correctly and safely is an important step in minimizing food wastage, saving money, and keeping our food good for our bodies. So, master the art of the refrigerator, and our food, our ...

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What To Plant Now For Your Summer Vegetable Patch

Grab your gardening gloves and throw on a hat and get ready for some gardening therapy!