If you’re looking for guides to help you create a more natural lifestyle – you’re in the right place. Not only do we have some great green living guides, but we also have Wendy Rawady’s (our wonderful senior editor!) ebook!
Rhonda Hetzel gently encourages readers to find the pleasure and meaning in a simpler life, sharing all the practical information she has gathered on her own journey. Whether you want to learn how to grow tomatoes, bake bread, make your own soap and preserve fruit, or just be inspired to slow down and live more sustainably, Down to Earth will be your guide. Buy Here
Practical Self Sufficiency: An Australian Guide to Sustainable Living By Dick Strawbridge & James StrawbridgeThe most up-to-date and comprehensive information on sustainable living; full page artworks, showing how to use every kind of plot for self-sufficient living; instructions on how to grow your own herbs, fruits and vegetables; water saving tips - perfect for drought affected areas; instructions on how to make a wormery, build a chicken coop, install solar panels, build a wind turbine, make cheese, jams and breads, brew beer, make soap, weave with willow and the list goes on!
Perfectly adapted for the Australian market and ideal for everyone in urban, suburban or rural areas - becoming self-sufficient has never been more topical, more practical or more fun! Buy Here
The benefits of keeping backyard chickens are many, as you will find out if you read on, from laying eggs, enriching your soil, to weeding and preparing your vegetable beds for the next crop. With all that said, I find that the biggest benefit is laughter! Yes, laughter. They are hilarious to watch, and all have individual personalities that will simply amaze you each and every day. Buy Here
Gavin's philosophy is a simple one and he describes it as this; "An Ordinary Australian Man Who Has A Green Epiphany Whilst Watching A Documentary, Gets a Hybrid Car, Plants A Large Organic Vegetable Garden, Goes Totally Solar, Lowers Consumption, Feeds Composts Bins and Worms, Harvests Rainwater, Raises Chickens, Makes Cheese and Soap, and Eats Locally." Buy Here