Below is a combined version of a couple of notes which I wrote about our environment in mid 2013, still sadly and incredibly relevant ... Although great strides have been made, and it looks as though possibly the tide is slowly turning at last, there is much work to be done. We must listen to the signs that the … Continue reading When Bees Are Safer, We Shall Be Safer Too
If you're on Facebook, we'd love more support at Towards Greener Borders, to help spread an important message and contribute towards a brighter, safer world for us all. Towards Greener Borders is easily found at http://www.facebook.com/towardsgreenerborders. Please join us and do tell your friends about TGB too! Many thanks ... Looking forward to meeting fellow bloggers and others there! Yours … Continue reading Invitation to join us at Towards Greener Borders
Living in the British countryside, this is the time of year (Spring in the northern hemisphere) when I find myself becoming increasingly agitated, on alert, frustrated and not a little fearful. I am twitchy at the thought of what is about to happen with a vengeance, and what has already begun in some … Continue reading The Truth Is Not Always Beautiful
The following is a new post that has been published on Towards Greener Borders' page today at http://www.facebook.com/towardsgreenerborders. It gives a little background about my philosophy when dealing with our health, environments and wellbeing, and shows what we are doing on our tiny property in the Berwickshire hills and how tenderly it is being managed, while we … Continue reading Did you know that Towards Greener Borders HQ is a ‘real’ place?
Yesterday marks ten months since I launched a page on Facebook entitled “Towards Greener Borders”, on 2nd May 2014. It is a platform with a purpose; an entity which currently exists merely on the internet but based in reality, run on an entirely voluntary basis and presently managed from a one acre organic property in the United Kingdom. … Continue reading How Towards Greener Borders Came To Be