Links

Here are some links to websites and blogs that I enjoy. More to be added soon….

If you would like your website added here, then please get in touch.

Compost and Custard’s Facebook page

Permaculture Association

Permaculture Magazine

The Sustainable Smallholding

Marshland Permaculture Group

Grit Magazine

Wild Man Wild Food

Bealtaine Cottage

Mother Earth News

UK Veg Gardeners

Self Sufficientish

The Urban Homestead

Go Self Sufficient

The Self Sufficiency Shop

Viable Self Sufficiency

Lincolnshire  Smallholding and Self Sufficiency Club

Lackan Cottage Farm

Els Mussols

The Compost Bin

Quest For The Good Life

Botanical Guides

Codlins and Cream Blog

One comment on “Links

  1. rosebax says:

    Hi there, I hope I am not bothering you, but I thought you would be interested in our project. Chris and I run ‘Taste the Wild’ in Yorkshire.

    Fab news!

    Our Kickstarter campaign for ‘The Wild Food Aquagarden’ has gone live!
    I thought you might be interested as there have been things in the media recently about Aquaponics on ‘On my Farm’ radio 4 also Countryfile mentioned Crowdfunding recently and growing trees in polytunnels all of which link in with our Wild Food growing project. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/994301377/the-wild-food-aquagarden
    I don’t think this link will work but if you cut and past I guess you’d find us – sorry
    Wild Food is so popular now that Chris and I feel that we would like grow some of these ingredients sustainably and supply local businesses. We have found a way of growing that makes complete sense. – It uses Aquaponics. We’re going to use UK river fish (Perch) …so no need to heat the water! And grow off grid in a polytunnel, on our land in Yorkshire. We are so inspired by this compact, energy efficient way of growing that we will teach as well when we are up and running. In the meantime, if we get the funding, the technical development of the Off Grid system and the information on growing shade tolerant plants will be freely available to everyone online. This could possibly help with growing projects in urban situations with limited power supply and in remote places where the sun doesn’t always shine. We have technical support from the amazing guys at the Aquaponics Lab in Manchester.
    I hope you’re interested, Please share this with anybody else you think might be.

    Thanks and kind Regards
    Rose and Chris

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