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Farm to Food Bank

Did you know?
1 in 5 children in Canada go hungry
1 in 10 families deal with food poverty on a daily basis

Farm to Food Bank visits local farms in the Fraser Valley and collects produce that would otherwise go to waste. 150 more words


You Are What You Buy, Eat And Kind Of Defined By How You get There. Yeah I Am Judging (Me Not You)

Zero waste living is not always easy to perfect. I went grocery shopping and bought garbage (single use packaging), literally, but I bought food that was soon to expire at a discount which means I am helping divert food from dum(b)ster to dinner table. 305 more words


Salt water dreaming

Hello readers!

It’s been a long time between posts, it feels good to put ‘pen to paper’ again.

We’ve  just returned from a few days over on what I like to call ‘our island home’. 208 more words

Art & Soul

Making your own clothes line

My husband chopped down bamboo, made two tri-pods and constructed a clothes line for me. I’d been begging for one and bamboo is marvelous, you really can make so many things from it. 101 more words

Reducing Carbon Footprint

Liquid Sunshine On The Wet West Coast

I am grateful for the rain to water the garden, replenish the reservoirs and put out the fires burning all over British Columbia and Washington State. 176 more words


Shared Economy: Traveling with the Help of Strangers

by Agatha Maxine

I’ve just arrived at the south west of France for the first time ever by carpool. The French couple that drove me here were strangers that I contacted through Blablacar, a website that provides a platform for people to travel around with others heading towards the same destination for a cheap price. 1,260 more words

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