Category Archives: Integrate Rather than Segregate

Many hands make light work.

An Exciting New Discovery

This amazing little creature has eluded me for so long. I knew it to be a Mole Cricket. Just one of those things that has stuck in my mind from looking through nature books as a child. I found this … Continue reading

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Gran and the Forbidden Favourites

In making a marked exit from plastic this Christmas, Mrs PP has finally pulled out the Forbidden Favourites move. We’ve talked about this before between us, but this year we are doing it. And there are a couple of things … Continue reading

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Bioreactors

Some luck in the garden today. I have been looking into worm farming as a way of composting larger amounts of garden waste material and kitchen scraps and creating the worm castings that are so valuable to the garden. I’ve … Continue reading

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Pests, Predators and Observations

The morning started with bird calls. The magpies were the first birds I heard. It was around 4am. This time of the year, in this part of the world, we get some lovely morning light. One of my first tasks … Continue reading

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Cardboard, Bananas, Skinks & Frogs

The rasping scream filled the corner of the garden and sent the neighbours dog into a barking fit. The scream stopped and started a few times and then stopped. I had heard it a few times before. It wasn’t human. … Continue reading

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