Wildlife-friendly garden

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“Hedgehog populations have fallen by a staggering 27 million in the last 60 years and our precious bees and other pollinators are going the same way. The good news is we can all do something to help by turning our … Continued

Juicers

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I have just upgraded to a cold press juicer, and everything is lovely!  The old juicer made a noise and left a large cleaning job to do; whereas the new model is almost silent by comparison, and leaves the dry … Continued

Use honey instead of sugar

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See this GreenMedInfo article.  It details the important differences between honey as a complete raw food and sucrose, which is made from grains; the clinical research; why consuming raw honey is important for health; and a proper appreciation of the … Continued

Recycling on allotment

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The allotment at Pandy in the Welsh Borders has become a showcase for recycling. We realised early on running an allotment could end up being an expensive business so naturally we are creating from what we have. Recycle, Reuse and Revive has … Continued