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Category Archives: Environment
This summer, much of Australia has been plunged into heatwave after heatwave. It’s been so hot that the Bureau of Meteorology has needed to add extra colours to its temperature graphs to show how high the temperatures are reaching. And … Continue reading
Have you heard of the new internet TV show Urban Organic? Each episode is a 3 to 5 minute, professionally produced, interesting snapshot of what’s happening in the urban agriculture scene.
Last week there was a bit of a milk commotion in the Australian press. Did you know that up to 16 % of milk (which only has one ingredient listed on the label: milk) is actually a substance known as … Continue reading
Mr Bee and myself cycled the Tallarook to Yea (and return) length of the newish Goulburn River High Country Rail Trail on Easter Saturday. Despite the weather forecast, it was a beautiful sunny day and the rail trail itself was … Continue reading
In the peacefulness of the week between Christmas and New Year I took myself off to my local library. I was looking for light reading, you know, books to flick through, magazines, nothing to strenuous, maybe a light novel at … Continue reading
I’m currently reading The Real Food Companion (at Fishpond and Amazon). Yeah, it’s a recipe book, yep I’m reading it cover to cover. It’s not just that I’m that sort of person who likes to read recipe books for relaxation, I do, but it’s also (trust me) … Continue reading