Covid-compliant coffee time and windswept beaches: Green Route

Loving local bakers and makers in the south

Eco-reno ideas loading and slow life in the south: Green Route

The obsession with eco-reno work continues and a slow road trip takes in the Cederberg, Klein Karoo and Overberg

Claire Erasmus from Urban Foxglove shares her essentials in Obs: Green Route

Urban Foxglove Garden Design and Essentially Obs Co-op have teamed up to bring you a combination of specialty indoor and edible plants and a new space to showcase the behind the scenes of the already existing creative and multi-skilled Obs community.

Meet PE’s seed saver and coffee maker Rushka Johnson: Green Route

Listen to this blog post here By Rushka Johnson in Port Elizabeth I am 43, and grew up all around South Africa, from Cape Town, to Mmabatho, Mafikeng, Clarens – where we lived mostly in the wild, barefoot and roaming the hills – Bethlehem with an old horse named Billy and living off fruit, KingContinue reading “Meet PE’s seed saver and coffee maker Rushka Johnson: Green Route”

My new appreciation for meandering in Muizenberg and Kalk Bay: Green Route

I took these photos under lockdown Level 5 and 4. I wanted to capture the empty streets of Muizenberg and the store fronts in Kalk Bay.

Conservationist Rebecca Dames appreciates the beauty of Grootbos: Green Route

‘Nature did not come to a standstill in lockdown,’ says Rebecca Dames, 25, Conservation Manager for Grootbos Private Nature Reserve near Stanford

Manuela Wall grows a better future with her upcycled planters: 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.