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  • 28 Jun 2016

    Closer To Nature

    Here’s our pick of the best holiday spots set high up in the trees […] more

  • 21 Jun 2016

    Permaculture in a Family Garden

    Lisa Hallden shares how gardening for the family’s vegetable needs can be hugely rewarding from the sprout of the first seed to the picking of the harvest […] more

  • 21 Jun 2016

    Wild Days Out for your Family

    Our pick of the best places in the UK for discovery and adventure […] more

  • 15 Jun 2016

    Go Green in the Garden

    Our gardens are brimming with life and the mini ecosystem that you cultivate is connected to the larger environment. Encourage biodiversity in your space by thinking about what plants you grow and what materials you use. Read on for more ideas […] more

  • 6 Jun 2016

    Reforest the World

    If you feel low or are seeking meaning to your life, try this: order a hundred native tree saplings from a nursery (a mix of oaks, silver birches and wild cherries), then go and plant them out in an ecologically deprived area with a hundred children between 5 - 8 years of age. After you’ve created a new woodland, with the smell of earth on your hands, your face upturned to the rain, sun, and wind, you will feel light, joyful, uplifted - this I promise you. We talk to Andreas Kornevall who plants trees with children to restore the world. […] more

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