We’re halfway through August and the berries are bursting with juice, the beans are abundant and you could be forgiven for thinking that the focus is now on harvesting rather than planting. But you’d be wrong. There are still plenty of opportunities to refill the veg beds and get more seedlings growing in succession.
Yesterday I attended The Vegetarian Society’s TED talks-style KIN 2015 conference in Manchester, along with colleagues from Compassion in World Farming’s Cheshire supporters’ group.
After a cold, dull winter, most people look forward to a family holiday where the sun is reliable and the temperature's just right for lounging on the beach and relaxing.
Bank holidays are that time of year when you get an extra day off giving you time to catch up on jobs you've been putting off and enjoy some leisure time with the family.
We believe strongly in beauty and skin care products made with natural ingredients.
Liz Earle, advocates for naturally active skincare, have developed this 2-step facial cleanser to promote cleaner skin.
Every year, WWF organises Earth Hour.
Yesterday was the first official day of spring, so what better excuse to get out exploring the great outdoors this weekend?
Shopping locally is a great way to keep variety on the high street and support independent businesses trying to make a living.
If you love attracting wildlife to your garden, a pond is an addition you should definitely consider.
We love chocolate (who doesn't?
Encouraging wildlife into gardens and the wider environment is something close to our hearts.
Ryton Gardens near Coventry is not only an inspiring place to visit with the family; it is also home to Garden Organic, a charity at the forefront of organic growing in the UK.
This American skincare brand are dedicated to developing ground-breaking new products from pure, natural ingredients.
Valentine's Day regularly gets criticism for being commercialised, but there are a number of steps you can take to enjoy the 14th February without having a negative effect on your carbon footprint.