Hope and heartbreak for New Zealanders dreaming of a communal life
How small actions can make a big difference for our environment
Why your next pair of shoes should disintegrate.
Feeling of ’empowerment’ in bid to save broken goods going to landfill.
The Guardian: Spain fights food waste with supermarket fines and doggy bags.https://t.co/cQNS1ZYj5Z — Ecofind NZ (@ecofind) June 8, 2022
Treehugger highlights an interesting article about the tiny house movement written by Erin Anderssen in The Globe and Mail: Teeny house, big lie: Why so many proponents of the tiny-house movement have decided to upsize Writes Anderssen: The ardour for tiny homes suggests it’s the next best trend in four walls. Certainly, the motivation is […]
I’m a great believer in working with what you have. Often when you take a good look, it turns out there’s more close at hand than you thought. When it comes to spring salad ideas, you may be surprised at what’s already available in your garden! There’s nothing like a fresh salad straight from your […]
Discovered some wonderful art on the new Waimarama Community Gardens new website: Painting of the Waimarama Community Gardens by Nelson artist Marilyn Andrews http://t.co/50yNNxYrQ6 #gigatownnsn pic.twitter.com/b9KV68hKoX — Ecofind NZ (@ecofind) May 20, 2014
Chaos Springs Screened April 5 2014 – Watch it on TVNZ Ondemand From http://tvnz.co.nz/country-calendar/episode-8-chaos-springs-5874292: New Zealander Jenny Erickson used to grow organic lettuce and herbs in the USA – but when she struggled to find good-quality compost, her business took an unexpected new direction. She went to a seminar on organic compost-making and realised her […]
The humble grain silo is turned into an innovative and eco-friendly nine unit serviced apartment complex in idyllic Little River!