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Over the years, the wildlife in the UK has taken a bit of a battering. Human activity continues to take their homes and food, pollutes them with pesticides and other harmful products and if they survive that we hunt and kill them.
However all is not lost. Our …
A Peoples Assembly was held by Colchester Extinction Rebellion (XR) on 4th August 2019.
A further ‘Greening Colchester’ meeting was held by North Essex Eco on 28th September 2019 inviting individuals and groups to develop a plan for Greening Colchester.
Colchester Borough Council declared a Climate Emergency and set up a climate emergency task and finish group; existing group request …
Guest Post by John Hannen*
Despite the growth rate of organic farming, this type of agriculture only accounts for 1% of crops on Earth. With so much land available, would it be beneficial to take the necessary steps to become an organic farmer?
What is organic farming?
Organic farming is simply a type of crop and livestock production which can …
Guest post by Ruth Bradshaw*
Encouraging wildlife into a suburban garden can be tricky, especially when space is at a premium. Here’s are some simple things you can do to make your garden more appealing to wildlife.
Keep out the toxins!
Harmful ingredients can be found in weed killers, pesticides and slug pellets as well other shop bought ‘garden remedies’ …