Building a Watercressinator! — The tech hippy guide to self sufficiency in the Modern World

We love watercress – the peppery bite goes really nicely in warm winter salads and is particularly good at cutting through fatty meats. The plant is very high in calcium, iron and vitamin C. It can grow wild in the UK but it’s really too risky to forage because of the possibility it’ll be contaminated […]

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Garden Ideas for Kids — DIY Home — The Ethos Deal

If you’re a parent or guardian seeking to develop the gardening skills of your child or ward, here are 6 awesome garden ideas for kids you would definitely fall in love with. Building your child’s gardening skills comes with a lot of perks and nary a downside. It provides recreation and fun, develops their motor

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Scientists make a green technology even greener — Scientific Inquirer

Researchers have demonstrated how a non-toxic alternative to lead could form the basis of next-generation solar cells. The team of researchers, from the University of Cambridge and the United States, have used theoretical and experimental methods to show how bismuth – the so-called “green element” which sits next to lead on the periodic table, could […]

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Urban Farming: Soil testing in inner city Philadelphia to revitalise municipal plots — Life

Urban farming is an opportunity for food security in inner city areas. Access to local food is possible by farming on urban lots, however, urban soil has often been contaminated by industrial uses. In this short documentary, The Solution to Pollution is Life, The Greenhorns shows how an art project in Philadelphia created a soil […]

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