Planting the Seed
Consider the Lily: Sight, Nature and Wellness
From shimmering water and vaulted natural cathedrals to threats of teeth, poison and insecurity, our eye sight, and the things we see have a profound impact on our wellbeing. Here, we explore the relationship between eyesight, nature and health.
Coming to Our Senses
How we experience nature through the five big guys...
Garden Medicine: Our favourite garden cures
Some of our favourite herbal cures found close to home
An Invitation to Weeds and Wildness
To weed, or not to weed? This is the question, alongside why do we fear them, how has our relationship to nature changed over millenia, and how should we view weeds in the future.
How to build a reclaimed stone fire pit
As summer fades into autumn and the nights begin to draw in, it’s the perfect time to enjoy your outdoor space around a cozy fire. Here's how to build a reclaimed stone fire pit.
In Search of a Nature Cure
How gardening and nature connection might transform our mental health
Kids Calendar – August
A range of free and paid for local events and activities for kids this summer.
Natural Farming with Joshua Sparkes
We really enjoyed a lively and inspiring talk on Natural Farming by Joshua Sparkes at Charleston Festival last month. Joshua’s talk focused on how we can produce nutritious food in healthy soil by working harmoniously with nature gently and without disturbing biological functions.
Take a Walk on the Wild Side
How rewilding our human experience can make for better lives and a healthier planet
This is where our Sweet Chestnut wood comes from. This is a charcoal sketch we made from Chestnut charcoal burned here in an area of Coppicing woodland we visited today. On the left is Greenwood craftsman Rich and his daughter carving together in their work area.