Join me for an open day, celebrate Soul time and a story about sticking to a fresh food budget with food artist Parusha Naidoo.
I chat to the founder of Grow Sisters ZA, Jenni, about cannabis cultivation and the workshop she’ll be running at Soil for Life in Constantia
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.
Pat Featherstone, the founder of Soil for Life, talks about her wild and free childhood surrounded by women who grew food, her love of teaching and a world filled with home gardeners.
Eco-warrior Yola Mgogwana started volunteering with the Earthchild Project, through her school, Yomelela Primary School in Khayelitsha
Two weeks on the Garden Route and in the Karoo remind me of some morning rituals I’m introducing to clean up my act
I learnt how to do eco-printing with fabric artist Ira Bekker from UBU Botanicals who talks about her eco journey and shares her favourite green spaces and places.
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
Pat Featherstone, the founder of Soil for Life, shares her Green Route. The peace and tranquillity of the Soil for Life (NPO) Garden Centre in Constantia attracts daily visitors who come to buy fresh food, herbs and edible weeds, compost, mulch, seedlings and organic products and food from the shop. Soil for Life hosts three OpenContinue reading “Soil for Life Founder Pat Featherstone shares her Green Route in Cape Town (and Namibia)”