Just picked up a copy of ‘The Biochar Revolution’ from my friends at Earth Garden, and wanted to share at interesting video on the same topic. And keep in mind that spent coffee grounds be used for biochar too
Article focusing on the current UK government’s attempts to meet energy targets and increase energy efficiency.
Globe Artichoke growing with stinging nettle and nasturtiums.
Your Guide to East London Sustainability Pay a trip to somewhere like Hackney in East London and you’ll find no shortage of sustainable businesses, organic cafes, whole food shops and the like. It seems like lots of people have the environment on their minds. And hopefully this trend is set to continue with the launch …
Your 7 Step Guide to Growing Coffee at Home Although from a tropical origin, coffee plants can be grown at home with some patience and the right environment. The green beans harvested will have a longer shelf-life than the store bought version, and allow you to roast and drink on demand. Here is my seven …
Not all hair dye has to be full of chemicals. Ground coffee can dye your hair and bring out great red and brown shades from your natural colour.
Time to get serious about your Chook knowledge!
Eating mealworms for human consumption is an ancient practice and well worth the effort. Here are all the steps to prepare and eat you own mealworms.
Help me celebrate a double shot Caffè Macchiato for every day of the week.