If you like a geeky approach to gardening, try hydroponics.
As Autumn creeps into the Northern hemisphere, I’ve collected seven practical tips to help find your tech/nature balance. They’re going out one a day for seven days. This is the fifth. Please share!
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This month, The Environment Now, managed by the National Youth Agency, gave a total of £70,000 worth of funding to green tech projects. They’re all very interesting – check them out – but OrchGard especially caught my eye because it chimes with the growing interest in bringing nature and technology closer together.
Developed by Joshua Dean, OrchGard will be a community digital orchard/garden that will use the latest technology to keep the fully automated orchard as productive as possible. The project will be based at the YMCA Humber in Grimsby. It aims to increase social cohesion as well as create awareness for the environment through shared medium of digital technologies. No more details as yet but follow for news.
I love this idea and wish it well on its growing journey!
I’m delighted to announce the launch of The Kids’ Nature Shop.
We all know the importance of getting our children out into nature but today’s busy family life makes it hard to find the time. Not just that, but sometimes parents themselves have lost touch with the outdoors. They long to get outside with their families but don’t know what to do or where to start.
The Kids’ Nature Shop can help. Whether it’s spotting birds, bugs and spiders; growing giant sunflowers; or learning how to stargaze, our carefully-selected products will spark your imagination.
Plus, our Reading Room contains specially-written articles about why nature is good for your kids (and for you!) with tips and tricks to help you get started.
Why Do We Need A Nature Shop For Kids?
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