Eco-Friendly Living Articles
The Root Of Your Health
The Soil Association discuss soil health and make it understandable to everyone
Published in Eco-Friendly Living on 16/12/2016
Soil Is The Magic Word
In our drought ridden times we need good soil with a crumbly structure and tilth. It’s this structure that absorbs and holds the water
Published in Eco-Friendly Living on 09/12/2016
Gardening Helped My Family Flourish
Former stressed-out city dweller and Guardian writer, Kim Stoddart, explains how gardening has helped her family to flourish
Published in Eco-Friendly Living on 22/09/2016
Branch Out: Make Trees Your Next Crop!
Trees as a crop are well worth a look. They can bring you and your farm – organic or otherwise – a whole host of benefits
Published in Eco-Friendly Living on 14/07/2016
The Potential of Natural Agriculture
Matt Dunwell, owner of an organic farm in the Forest of Dean, explains his innovative approach to soil fertility and system health
Published in Eco-Friendly Living on 30/06/2016
Help to Save the British Bumblebee
Defra in partnership with the Wildlife Trusts has launched a website called Bee’s Needs. It features gardening tips that outline how to protect our bees and other essential pollinators.
Published in Eco-Friendly Living on 13/11/2015
The Great Liv Feeling
Liv opened in 2005, specializing in ethical and natural clothing and homeware, they now have exciting new ranges in skincare and even beautiful lingerie made from pine needles!
Published in Eco-Friendly Living on 06/03/2014
Toxic Products in the Home: A Common Source of Illness
Graeme Dinnen of Resources for Life dicusses toxic products commonly found in the home
Published in Eco-Friendly Living on 27/08/2013
Organic September with the Soil Association
Organic September is the Soil Association's month long celebration of all things organic. Find out why buying organic is the right choice and take our pledge to support sustainable farming when you shop.
Published in Eco-Friendly Living on 04/09/2012
Should the Government continue to encourage the burning of straw?
An article by Carol Atkinson of Straw Bale Cottage
Published in Eco-Friendly Living on 17/04/2012