Simple Enviro-Solutions for Women’s Cycles

Fertile woman need a choice of environmental solutions.   Some women are able and comfortable to use a menstral caps, (there are many varietes available). As a rule of thumb, if you like tampons, these are a good option for you. Menstral caps can be wiped with toilet paper and/or rinsed in the handbasin/shower then re-inserted easily each time we go to the bathroom. They can also be sterilised periodically with salt water in a re-purposed lidded jar then allowed to dry and be stored in a dry purse after each period. If you don’t want to use a cap, you …

Wild Tiles and FerroCement

Bring out your cracked ornaments, lonely bits of toys, crockery, and tiles. You can buy second-hand crockery and tiles if you are short of junk (who can be short of junk?). Together we will turn them into your personality masterpiece. You can make a sign for your home, shed or outhouse, a stepping stone, garden sculpture or sun-dial. We will supply a teacher, ideas, experience and cement. You bring the tiles and bits and make it happen. This one-off workshop is part of our permaculture goals: up-cycling land-fill, reducing consumption, skill building, empowering and enjoying a little friendship whilst being …

Food Grown Simply in Containers

There is a growing movement worldwide in container growing. There are many good examples ie. http://gwr.org.au/farm/ who show how a lot can be produce with simple compost. We can use woodchip as the base under the compost/growing medium, this is a type of huglekultur. Food grown in containers is: 1. a quick way to get a supply of healthy food, 2. portable way to grow food for people who are living in the space temporarily – this method empowers people who used to feel unable to grow foods without stewardship of land. Water plants are easy to move, simply tip …