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”
Two weeks on the Garden Route and in the Karoo remind me of some morning rituals I’m introducing to clean up my act
Do we need another hashtag? Probably not but what if the hashtag itself was to do good? #PayitForwardZA
FLYGSKAM* is real and one way to offset carbon criticism is to shop at eco-conscious businesses so I’ve put together an eco-conscious tour of Cape Town. You’re welcome
Leigh shares her Green Route (five favourite green spaces and places) in Cape Town with us.
SEED was established in 2000 and has spent the last 14 years pioneering the work of growing Outdoor Classrooms, for delivering the curriculum and food security, in under resourced schools.