Facebook really has some gems. This one from Sea Shepherd Global: their New Year’s plastic-free challenge.
Keen to try a free online course? This one from edX may interest you: ‘Sustainability in Everyday Life‘. Sign-up now. It starts 1 Feb 2018 and runs over six weeks.
I never fail to be impressed by how ‘forgiving’ composting is.
Happy happy New Year to you all. I am delighted to see so many resolutions around composting, waste and recycling.
A very exciting day for us! We dropped off stock of our YOLO Compost Tumblers at Takealot.com’s distribution centre this morning. We’re doing our two most popular colour combinations – green/yellow and brown/green – in our three sizes for Takealot.
I totally agree with this article on Science Daily that “Once they start composting, people find other ways to be ‘green’”.
We made a very special YOLO Compost Tumbler for Wendy a few weeks ago. By chance, we had some leftover blue plastic on hand from a YOLO Large Dog Kennel when her email came in. Wendy’s #1 colour choice was
Have you heard of the Dirty Dozen? It is a list that outlines the 12 fruits and vegetables containing the most pesticide residue. It makes sense that those we first have to peel to eat (aka ‘Clean Fifteen’) have less residue than
We tend to think that anything that looks like a maggot must be a flesh-eating monster. Instead, larvae eat a variety of materials. There are those that eat carcasses and those that eat only dead vegetable matter and contribute to the composting
This is what 22kg of compost from one large (200 litre) YOLO Compost Tumbler shell looks like. I started this shell with dry grass, shredded autumn leaves and some fresh grass cuttings from my never-turned, neglected compost heap 13 weeks