National Honey Bee Day

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The little honey bee is responsible for pollinating 1/3 of all fruits and vegetables and some crops would not produce food at all without bees. These industrious insects have been around for roughly 125 million years and although bee numbers are sadly declining, the remaining survivors continue to act as invaluable resources to our planet and its other residents in numerous ways.
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Wasteful Design

Design choices can increase or reduce waste.
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Reduce Your Carbon Footprint by Reducing Your Food Waste To Landfill

Wasting food is terrible. But sending food waste to landfill makes the problem worse.
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The Magical, Addictive Being of Composting

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You get people who will show you their roses. Others their tomatoes. Us? We like compost.
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Tips for winter gardening

Winter has arrived.

That doesn't mean that you should stop gardening.

We're happy to share some tips for you to enjoy your garden during these cold days and nights (and if you're lucky enough to live in Johannesburg then your days will be - mostly - warm!).
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Plant for animals not plants

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If you plant for insects and wildlife you end up with a beautiful garden.
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Our Water Crisis Is More Than The Drought

The drought has brought home how precious our water is. But looking after what we have is probably more important than natural supply itself.
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What is Looking At You From Your Compost Heap

A compost heap should be full of different types of insects. Broadly these are “shredders” and “predators”. Shredders are key to breaking down the organic matter. Predators prey on them. If you don’t have either your compost heap is probably not in very good shape.
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Being Green Is A Risk Management Strategy

Building environmental solutions into your business is not only about being “green”, it’s also about making your business resilient to labour disturbance, drought and even new legislation. And of course, rising costs.
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