Press

I have been interviewed / featured in several national newspapers and magazines about my slow living / green lifestyle. These include: The Guardian, Financial Times, and House Beautiful. I have appeared on TV in the UK (Channel 4, BBC, ITV), Europe and North America and I am always happy to discuss my journey to slow with journalists.

You can find many of my books on Amazon and you can find links to some of my writing here:

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Bug Day – Eco Education in British Scools

Transition Free Press Issue 5  – Meet the Veg Men

Energy Saving Trust – Community Engagement Tools

Green Alliance – The New Politics of Climate Change

Community Lovers Guide: Handmade

Sustained Magazine Low Carbon Special

 

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Features and Interviews:

Inside Crochet – Meeting Tracey Todhunter

Audio Boom Interview – the 10:10 Campaign

The Guardian “We’re Not Eco Warriors”

NAVCA Podcast – the 10:10 Campaign

Financial Times Village Greened.

Chester Chronicle.

Community networking to tackle climate change (video)

BBC Liverpool – Video nation

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Adaptive Governance and Climate Change (Book)

Dawn Newspaper

The RSA – 21st Century Enlightenment

The Energy Collective

Klimatkampen

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  • The gooseberries are plump and tart - perfect for gin! This is my favourite summer gin. Add a few elderflowers if you like. Freeze the gooseberries first so they release their flavour. 
#gooseberries #gin #girlgardener #eatwhatyougrow #ediblegarden #permaculture #countrywisdom #slowliving #summerinaglass #homesteading #greenliving #slowliving #slowfood Borage. I'll be freezing these flowers in ice cube trays for adding to summer Pimms & gin. 
The leaves make a fabulous "tea" to feed tomatoes (mix in a bucket of water with a handful of nettles), it doesn't smell as bad as comfrey feed and much cheaper / greener than the stuff you buy in garden centres!!
#girlgardener #edibleflowers #slowliving #foraging #permaculture #countrywisdom #mygardenrightnow Throwback . Taken on a visit to Chatsworth House in Derbyshire a couple of weeks ago. Can you read that  card? A valet to whiten your converse! Brought back memories of  whitening my Dunlop green flash in the 70's!!!
#chatsworth #converseallstars #conversetrainers Strange sky tonight. Common hogweed. Even the weeds look beautiful in the sunshine today. The flowers and  stems of this one are destined for the dye pot. There are lots of varieties of hogweed, if in doubt don't touch - the sap is highly irritant, even poisonous in some. 
#hogweed #foraging #ecodye #permaculture  #naturaldye #slowliving #bakingandmaking Everyone loves elderflowers - even the cockchafers (maybugs). Last night we sat in the garden drinking the first batch of elderflower champagne, watching the bats & the moths and listening to a blackbird serenading us. The hedgerows are full of elderflowers & champagne is easy to make (easier than cordial), if you have white wine vinegar, lemons & sugar. Click on the link in my bio and type "elderflower champagne" in the search bar. 
#wildfermenation #elderflower #elderflowercordial #elderflowerchampagne #foraging #slowliving #bakingandmaking #cockchafer #wildyeast #permaculture
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