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How To Live & Act More Sustainably In 2021

While the coronavirus pandemic may have been the talk of the town recently, climate change hasn’t exactly gone away. In fact, it’s becoming more and more of a pressing concern, which means living sustainably is key. Following the release of David Attenborough’s various documentaries on the BBC and Netflix, as well as the concerning statistics […]

DIY Rainwater Harvesting | Tuesday Tip

Mother Nature provides a lot of water for us every year, but the key is the easiest way to harness it for good use. It’s easier than you think!

The Biofriendly Podcast - Episode 58 - Indoor Farming

Indoor Farming

As we all continue to adapt to life indoors, the planet is seeing less air pollution, clearer waters and wildlife returning to their habitats. On this week’s podcast, Noel and Jacob discuss the positive environmental changes from our quarantine and learn that Jacob knows everything about dolphins.

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Tips to Prepare Your Garden for Spring

Spring is just around the corner, so it is time to roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty. As the days become warmer and warmer, the frost from winter months begins to thaw, there will be more spring gardening tasks facing you. Just looking at the leaves left in autumn, dead grass stalks, […]

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5 Proofs That Gardening Can Both Decrease Your Stress Level And Increase Your House Exterior

Megacities live in their own rhythm – and very often, this rhythm has a negative effect on our physical and emotional health. For this reason, more and more people prefer to work in a megalopolis, but to live outside it, in order to be able to temporarily interrupt their connection with the ever-humming anthill. And […]

The Power of Composting

For the month of February on Jamie’s Corner, Jamie shares several ways you can start composting right away which will help fight climate change by disposing of organic waste the right way!

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20 Ways You Can Be Greener Today Than Yesterday

Adding a little more green into your daily routine doesn’t have to take a lot of time, nor does it need to be costly and complex. In actual fact, taking steps to go green can be relatively painless…at least when it comes to some of the basics.

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Eco-Friendly Gardening: Benefits of Using Mulch to Improve Your Soil Condition

Noticed your soil is a bit dry this growing season? Maybe your plants are not thriving as they should. You know they could grow more plentiful if given the right nutrients. Perhaps you live in a climate where the soil gets cool in the nighttime and valuable heat is escaping into the atmosphere rather than […]

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7 Biofriendly Activities for You and Your Kids to Do This Summer

Summer has officially arrived. Kids are out of school and, whether you have time off or not, you’re going to need some activities for you and your kids to do. Fortunately, we’ve got some biofriendly activities perfect for summertime. 1. Go on a Hiking/Exploration Adventure As you probably already know, nature has countless benefits. Not […]

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How to Get Neighbors Involved in Community Gardens

Starting a garden in your community that is open to all is an excellent way to increase community engagement and overall mood of those living nearby. Everyone can pick up some new gardening skills and save money by not having to purchase as much fresh produce from the grocery store. Below are a handful of ways you […]