Seven eco-activists map a route to their favourite eco-friendly spaces including eateries and nurseries.
This week I chat to Kelly Wiltshire McQue author of At Home With Cannabis
In this week’s Lockdown Life I chat to Carmen Life, one of four women from the neighbourhood who have opened a co-op in Obs
How to grow your own edible garden with Joy Phala and Xola Keswa aka The Green Ranger
We are living in very strange times. Drought, fires, load shedding, ice floes, unemployment, coronavirus. 2020 isn’t looking like a very good year but there are signs of positive growth because urban gardening is trending in the wake of the worldwide Covid-19 lockdown. I’ve been in lockdown since February 28. This was the day thatContinue reading “The Easy Peasy guide to growing your own food: Green Route”
I catch up with Manuela Wall, the founder of Growbag, a small business in Cape Town that upcycles discarded advertising billboard material into eye-catching and eco-conscious planters.
I catch up with author and urban farmer Jane Griffiths, who lives in a 114-year-old house in Auckland Park, Johannesburg
I can’t breathe, said the earth
Pretoria-based poet Xabiso Vili uses his poetry as a form of social activism. By Melanie Farrell
Women at the H18 eco-NPO made my hemp twine shopper from Hemporium SA. It’s so great to be able to support an NPO while buying sustainable totes. Did I mention how much I love my tote?