If you love attracting wildlife to your garden, a pond is an addition you should definitely consider. Once your pond is dug however, it’s also important to maintain it to keep a healthy habitat for frogs, newts and even bees, who need water to make honey.
We first heard about SEEDBALL through Twitter and were so excited when we received a little package through the post with a tin of butterfly mix seedballs to scatter at Green Village HQ.
As part of Go Green Week, Keele University held The Big Green Swish.
This morning, I headed along for the first of Keele University's open lectures being run in conjunction with Go Green Week.
Keele University is proud of its environmental credentials, offering a range of quality courses in sustainability and natural sciences, and having accreditation as a Fair Trade university to boot.
This weekend is set to bring fairer weather, so with all the rain and dreary cloud we've had lately, why not head out into the great outdoors with the family this weekend for some fresh air.
Before Christmas I started having fond memories of raising our own two pigs for meat around 5 years ago.
One of the largest areas to consider if you’re looking at ways to be greener and to reduce your carbon footprint is by looking at the resources that you and your family consume.
So many of my friends and family seem to be getting married at the moment that linking the subject with being environmentally friendly was bound to happen sooner or later.
I'm always looking for new ways to increase my eco credentials and that, coupled with a need to save some cash this month, led to the decision to staycation for the time we had booked off from work.
Living in Newcastle-under-Lyme makes recycling easy in many ways, because we are known to have the largest number of recycling containers for waste out of the whole UK, despite some people thinking this may make things trickier due to separating out waste and storing said containers.
Although the daffodils have been out for a couple of weeks now and we've been blessed with some early sunshine (despite the rather heavy rain around lunch time today!
After the chill of December snow and frost on the ground and the busy bustle of the Christmas period, getting through the January blues and starting to see evenings grow longer with more daylight hours to enjoy, I'm beginning to look to making plans for the year ahead.
This weekend has seen me create the first attempt at my eco wrapping gift ideas.
Well I'm happy to report (belatedly) that the bean tunnel is up and the flowers are beginning to appear on my french beans and runner beans so can't wait to start seeing little beans forming.