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How To Make A Cat Tent Using An Old T-Shirt

This cat tent is super easy to make - you really just need an old t-shirt, some wire hangers and a piece of cardboard.


Growing Optimism: Edible Gardens In Small Spaces With Indira Naidoo

While a big backyard or sprawling country acreage might be the pick of the crop for many people, it’s important not to underestimate the amount of food that you can grow in the smallest of spaces. Whether you have a balcony, patio or neglected corner of the yard you can ...


Struggling with natural deodorants? Try this DIY Armpit Detox

Your underarms will thank you

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[How to] Turn Your Old Clothes Into A Scarf with Pockets

These are a great way to use old sweaters or revitalize an old scarf by adding pockets to the end. The pockets are great for holding keys, cell phones or just keeping your hands warm.


Creating a planet-strong home – Tips for renting sustainably.

Many of us dream of living off the grid, drinking from fresh water springs and foraging wild plants from our own backyard. For people who rent, it’s a dream that probably seems too far-fetched to become a reality – but it doesn’t have to be that way.


Don’t plant that, grow me instead! Here’s how to protect native biodiversity.

It is estimated that 65% of the almost 3000 weeds established in the environment are escaped garden plants yet many potential environmental weeds continue to be sold in nurseries, making it difficult for people to make positive choices for their home garden.


Why gardening is good for your mind as well as your body

Gardening is an opportunity for everyone to experience this kind of regular contact with nature, even if they live in built-up areas. For those without a garden of their own, allotments or community gardens are a highly valuable resource.


Grow Guide: What To Plant In February

What to plant in February to get the most out of your home grown fruit and vegetables.