I quite often come across links that I find interesting, full of things I should know about and sometimes just down right fascinating. Here are a few of them that I have been reading in the last month. Feel free to link any of your own in the comments. Let’s look at it as a community noticeboard board.
1. Looking for a job? www.ethicaljobs.com
2. Looking for a weekend away in April? Hazelcombe Farm– workshops on scything, blacksmithing and chicken processing just to name a few.
3. Not sure what to wear? A Year of Ethical Fashion
4. Village Milk– vending machines in NZ selling real milk.
5. www.202020vision.com– 20% more green spaces in urban areas by 2020
and I think the most important one…
6. TPP- Should I be paying attention? The Witches Kitchen
Are there any green links you would like to link?
From Richard- Green Building Forum– UK
From Lily- Schulz Organic Milk– Victoria
From Rose- Shop Ethical– ethical consumer guide
From Johanna- What I’d say if I was wrong about climate change– blog post
It won’t surprise you to know my current favourite green link is to do with building:
Hazelcombe Farm sounds amazing, that would make such a fantastic family holiday. If only they were a little bit closer, I’d be there in a flash! I looove the real milk idea, shame it’s illegal here. 😦 It’s so hard to get real milk . I buy Schultz’s milk which I highly recommend to any Victorians. About as close as you can get to au naturale milk ’round these parts.
Great links, really useful when trying to live in a very non-green society. I agree with Lily, I’d love to be able to get to Hazelcombe farm. Maybe one day. And how awesome is Village milk?!!
The weekend at Hazelcombe Farm sounds amazing, absolutely amazing.
Fabulous idea Brydie, it could be a work in progress. Here’s one for the Aussies: http://www.ethical.org.au/
I think it might be Rose…maybe once a month?
Love this – I don’t really have many green links in the way of resources but I do have one blog post I love (though I have possibly shared this with you before – it is so old you will see it is very memorable (and I found his blog really interesting but no impact man did the book and no longer seems to be blogging)
I would love a ‘real milk’ vending machine nearby. Thanks for putting the TTP on my radar. I knew things were getting worse when I saw the new Kmart advertising those 10 dollar kettles – so you can just throw it in the bin and buy a new one.
Zena I want to jump up and down! Really? a $10 kettle?
$10 tinfoil kettle made by children under 5 in the salt mines…sigh… Cheers for the excellent linkies ma’am I am off to share with gay abandon 🙂
I’ve just bought a bag from Apple and Bee, Australian company, carbon neutral. It’ll be our baby bag. http://www.appleandbeeshop.com/home
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