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Wild Ruins

Yazan: Dave | 04 June 2014 | No Comments
Categories: Courses, Courses and talks, Enivronmentally friendly, Lifestyle, Outdoors, Wild food

Wild Ruins Kickstarter Campaign Over the next six months Dave Hamilton is searching the UK to put together a unique guide to the most hidden and romantic ruins of Britain. From ruined mines, churches, ironworks and deserted villages to abandoned farm houses, hunting lodges, manor houses and even airbases the book will cover the most […]

‘Tis the season to be scything by Paul Kingsnorth

Yazan: Andy Hamilton | 30 April 2012 | No Comments
Categories: Enivronmentally friendly, Outdoors, Seasonal Garden

It’s that time of year. The grass is beginning to grow, and faster than you would imagine it could. Suddenly, it’s getting to the stage where it needs cutting, lest it overwhelm your food crops or smother your flower seeds or simply ruin your well-tended croquet lawn.

Thinking about keeping Bees? – By Philip Chandler of

Yazan: admin | 14 March 2010 | 10 Comments
Categories: Budget living, Enivronmentally friendly, Ishers Tips, Livestock, Reference

Whether you approach it from the point of view of conservation, entomology, crop pollination or simply a love of honey, beekeeping is an engaging pursuit and a fascinating window on the natural world. So what does it take to become a beekeeper? The essentials are simple enough: some sort of hive, a hat and a […]

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