Week in review: 24 [2019]

Welcome to this week’s update review. Well, it’s last week’s update review technically. ¬†Yesterday got so hectic that several things were rescheduled. I thought about writing these ahead of time but actually I don’t want to do that. I want these blog updates to remain ‘live’.

Let’s get on with the week in review then. Continue reading “Week in review: 24 [2019]”

2019 Grow, Make, Mend

Hello, 2019.

Hello, 2019. Yes, we’re still here!

Blog entries on this site dried up by mid 2018. I’d forgive you if you thought we had gone away. Much like our garden in the summer heatwave! Those of you who were watching the Instagram feed page will have noticed that Instagram was really working for us, whereas this blog got a bit overwhelming.

So what’s going to happen in the year ahead? Key Instagram posts are going to appear here on the blog too. Thank you to If This Than That for some nifty automation. I’ll be popping back here every few weeks at the most to add some original content. Getting some priorities right for the year ahead!

In the meantime, keep reading to find out more about what happened in our garden throughout last year. Continue reading “2019 Grow, Make, Mend”

April 2018 State of the Garden

…and welcome back, after a few busy weeks not blogging, to the April 2018 State of the Garden. I’ve decided not to try and heavily schedule posts – and State updates from now on. We are just so busy that posting three times a week on particular days is a struggle. When I inevitably miss a post it makes me far too despondent.

So from now on, posting here should be more fluid and as a result, more frequent. Let’s see if that works, eh? Continue reading “April 2018 State of the Garden”

Patreon launch

We are really proud and excited to share with you that today we launched our crowdfunding page on Patreon.

Patreon is a great way for you to subscribe to exclusive material in our Grow, Make, Mend story as it unfolds. Using crowdfunding in this way will help us to change the scale and pace of our journey. Chickens need feeding. Greenhouses aren’t free.

Please take a moment or two to visit the Patreon website and share the link with your friends even if you don’t subscribe yourself.

We will of course still be blogging here at the main website. Our next two Make and Mend posts are already scheduled for this week so stay tuned.

Chicken says support us on Patreon. No. Really.
Rizzo would love it if you subscribed to us on Patreon…

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