Learn how to compost your organic waste to produce a Bokashi juice full of nutrients and alive with micro-organisms.
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Growing your own sprouts at home is fun and easy. It's a perfect activity to get the kids interested in producing their own food as they can watch progress each day.
It's a common misconception that building a sustainable home costs more money, and that it's all about saving the environment.
February's combination of heavy downpours, thunderstorms, heatwaves and dry periods can prove punishing for gardeners and plants. Grab the Micro Gardeners to do list for backyard maintenance and how to nip potential problems in the bud.
With temps on the rise, it's important to know the signs of heat stress in our four-legged friends and what to do when it hits.
The school holidays are over but there are more hot days on the cards, so how can you avoid making yourself or your kids sick when packing picnics or school lunches in the heat?
Switching to washing with cold water could save you money on heating costs, but did you know you could also reduce microplastics entering our oceans?
Learn how to make your own beeswax wraps with this handy how to guide
Composting is surprisingly easy and can be a fun, educational activity to do with the kids. Not only does composting reduce the amount of rubbish that ends up in landfill, it turns would-be waste from your household into a resource for your family.
WATTever’s essential guides cover what really works when you want to save money on energy in your home.
With good planning, you can enjoy an abundant harvest without too much effort. Learn what to grown, when to plant and why looking after your VIPs could help solve edible garden problems.
The Micro Gardener has all the info to help your garden grow. From what to plant month by month, to gardening tasks you may have forgotten, Anne Gibson has you covered.
If you attended the recent small small space gardening session, you might be seeking some microgreen inspiration. Microgreens can bring salads, smoothies and main meals to life
Anne Gibson is The Micro Gardener (or perhaps we should just call her the Guru) 😀 Each month she'll share her top tips for making our gardens grow in this subtropical climate. Read on to find out what to plant this month and which garden tasks need your attention.
Whether you are new to the Sunshine Coast or have been here all your life, Community gardens are a great way to meet people, share or learn gardening skills, grow your own food, compost, prepare and enjoy foods and more.