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Follow me through this article where I share with you a simple and accessible method to keep the abundance of the beautiful season all year round!
When I’m at the market, I always ask myself the same question: where are all the ugly vegetables? When I venture through the farmlands on my bike rides, I find myself wondering how many tons of vegetables couldn’t be harvested this year. Then I think to myself, it’s a good thing that gleaning exists!
For garden enthusiasts, August is a time of abundance. It’s so rewarding to reap the literal fruits of our labours. But if you were ambitious about your spring planting, you may be at a loss when you see the avalanche of zucchinis and the mountain of cherry tomatoes just waiting to be picked from the garden.
Summer is back and with it, an abundance of fruits and vegetables. Here’s to the beautiful tomatoes, zucchini, eggplant, strawberries, raspberries and cantaloupe of our countryside! It’s THE season to eat local, the one we’d like to make last forever.
Brighter days are here, summer is at our doorstep, and the rhythm of hiking and camping is quickening. Which makes it the perfect time to talk about the “Leave No Trace” movement and the right habits you can practise and the mistakes to avoid on your next adventure.
Managing event logistics is an art in itself. Add to the equation the need to generate as few greenhouse gases as possible, and it can quickly become a real challenge! Fortunately, there are valuable resources for adopting greener event practices.
There are movies that we watch while reconnecting with our inner zombie after a tiring day, and then there are those that leave us amazed, with a burning little flame that animates us. It’s the latter that I want to talk to you about today. Let’s dive into universes that are good for morale and drive us to take action!
Spring is such a reinvigorating season with the return of long sunny days and the abundance of brightly coloured seasonal fruits and vegetables filling our supermarkets.
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