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Living Seas: 1/8 of 8

Theresa May must act before Brexit to turn the tide towards living seas for Britain

Joan Edwards

25th October, 2017

The Wildlife Trusts has today launched a new report which sets a challenge to the government to bring back living seas, and shows a way forward. JOAN EDWARDS wades in to the debate. more...
Shrimp sifting

In season now: what to eat during May

Amy Halls

30th April, 2012

Slow Food UK CEO, Cat Gazzoli, dips into the UK's forgotten flavours to bring us her gastronomic pick for May more...
scilly isles

See weed and eat it: a foraging break on the Scilly Isles

Kate Eshelby

23rd February, 2012

Seaweed, carrot flower and locally caught fish were all on the menu during Kate Eshelby’s gastronomic tour of the Scillies more...
mackerel

In season now: what to eat during July

Henry Gass

27th June, 2011

Raspberries, mackerel and broad beans are all on the menu this month more...

Five of the best... environmentally friendly cookbooks

Valentina Jovanovski

13th June, 2011

Greener eating doesn’t have to mean compromising on taste or quality, as these five books, reviewed by Valentina Jovanovski, prove more...
Seasoning wood

How to ensure a warmer winter by seasoning your firewood

Jonathan Rouse

17th September 2010

Drying wood properly can increase the energy it releases when burned. Read on for The Ecologist's guide to ensuring your Yuletide logs are as fuel-efficient as possible more...
Walnut Tart

Farm Shop Cookbook highlights the best of British food

Matilda Lee

25th June, 2009

Christine McFadden's new book is a timely celebration of British farm shops more...
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Farmers Markets

Dan Box

1st June, 2003

In 1996 there were no farmers’ markets anywhere in the UK. Today they outnumber Asda stores. Dan Box celebrates their comeback and why we should all be using them. more...

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