Earth Trifle – The sustainability journal

We need to understand the required symbiotic relationship with this planet if we are to survive. Extinction Rebellions methods may be deemed controversial but we must not ignore the cause if we are to correct our habits. Habits are just a repetition of what we do that is considered normal to us. But normal is not what we should embrace but change is the answer to making a real difference.

In this blog, we explain how those changes are possible and what we can do to. Some blogs are light-hearted fun but others are technically informative, please read on and enjoy. 

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Bees are Important

Bees are ImportantBees are the gardener's friend, They pollinate the plants so the ecosystem which sustains future reproduction of all ...
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Raised Vegetable Planter

There is no denying that raised gardens have a multitude of benefits. The problem can be the cost of materials ...
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Do I need self-rising flour?

Do I need self-raising flour? By Caroline Kett 2020 I’ll cut to the chase and answer your quandary now,  “You ...
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My perfect ‘Victoria Sponge’ recipe

My perfect ‘Victoria Sponge’ By Caroline Kett 2020My No-Fail cake method is one that my friends and family have yearned to ...
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My garden secateurs are blunt!

My garden secateurs are blunt! Have you ever picked up those old garden secateurs to find that they just squish ...
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Alternative workshop power

Alternative workshop power If I haven’t mentioned it before I run a modest woodworking shop here in France. Which requires ...
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Hi there, Welcome to Earth Trifle.

‘Where we ‘Trifle’ with anything considered Green and Earthy’

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 My Name is Marcus and apparently it stands for ‘Servant to the Gods’ which is appropriate if God made the Earth which is what we want to save. I have led a life of learning and it all stems back to when I started my traditional woodworking career in 1989 and fed that desire to learn even more. As a poor creative person, I have had to reuse and recycle seeing other peoples rubbish as my treasure. It is surprising how that survival ‘make do and mend’ attitude focuses the mind.

In our blogs, we explore lots of Eco projects and other daily Earthly tasks that can go towards reducing our carbon impact on this beautiful planet. Lets ‘Trifle’!

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