Even if you choose to only use organic produce and free range meat in your own kitchen, it can be difficult to know what you are getting when you dine out.
Small is Beautiful is a feature length exploring the tiny house movement. It’s a collaboration Australian filmmaker Jeremy Beasley and Oregon native Kelly Nardo.
Those lucky enough to have visited the World Heritage Listed Great Barrier Reef will agree that it is a memorable experience. The clear water, colourful corals, fish, sharks, turtles and dolphins are all examples of why this wondrous place has been listed as one of the seven natural wonders of the world, and is touted […]
Josh Byrne (environmental scientist & presenter on ABC TV’s Gardening Australia) is underway with his most ambitious house project yet – the design and construction of two 10 Star energy efficient family homes in the Fremantle suburb of Hilton, WA.
Have you ever used the phrase, “It’s as hot as an oven out here”? With a solar oven, it really can be.
Purchasing and consuming local products and produce is one of the easiest ways to boost your sustainability.
Our aquaponics system is now approaching its fourth year since we installed it here at Ecofilms and over the years a multitude of vegetables and fish have gone through it.
I have done a guest post over at Re-Nest about the old Reel Mowers. No longer are they a thing of the past!
With the combination of sunshine and some rain over spring, It’s likely your lawn and garden has been in growth mode lately, and probably needing plenty of attention!
When it comes to choosing a Christmas gift, what factors guide your decision? Is it cost? Aesthetics? Quality? Fashion?