We got to talk with Shellie-Ann about transforming logged timberland to fertile farmland without even owning a tractor, sourdough bakery dreams, hyperlocal food swaps, and so much more.
Getting started with low waste
We spoke with Granor Farm manager, Katie Burdett, to hear how a small scale farm adapts during a pandemic, what organic farming means in 2020, and why local food is the path forward to a sustainable future.
We’re in a tough spot because gathering is a very important thing for people to do; we’re social creatures and we need to socialize. As for me, this year, I’m going to try to opt out of the holiday as much as possible.
It wasn’t until I started growing some of my own food that I realized how many resources go into everything we eat. These shifts in perspective started me on the journey of connecting the dots between the choices I make surrounding my food and their greater impacts on the planet.
Lacto-fermentation is my favorite way to use up produce. So, if you, too, are looking for ways to reduce waste and feel like the pinnacle of health, please read on.
Skinimalism can have a big impact on the planet, less products means less trash, and on you–your mental health, physical health and financial health. You can love yourself and your skincare or makeup routine and benefit from embracing your natural skin texture.
Low waste living
Our friends Alex and Lindsay, the partners behind low waste product shop Good Intent, are sharing a look into their culinary havens with our latest edition of The Heirloom Kitchen. We’re so excited to talk shop and hear what these sustainability experts are cooking up.