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John Walker
Kew-trained & enjoying growing. Buy my -free book WEEDS from my website.
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John Walker 16h
More delusional 'it's a small minority' thinking. It's time we got our heads out the sand & accepted that & widespread trashing of is down to a fast-growing number of folk who treat the 'natural world' as just another consumable item.
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John Walker 15h
Life’s gonna be tough in your / during this . Check out my tips magazine for keeping yours cool using the power of plants – starting with some leafy, shade-giving branches.
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John Walker 15h
Replying to @CPRESomerset
If you want to make serious headway on ending peat use, start taking the message to the majority of folk who are still unaware of what’s in a bag of ‘dirt’ they buy from retailers. ‘Choose ’ ain't enough. And lobby hard for a ban.
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John Walker 16h
More delusional 'it's a small minority' thinking. It's time we got our heads out the sand & accepted that & widespread trashing of is down to a fast-growing number of folk who treat the 'natural world' as just another consumable item.
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John Walker 17h
. manages a rushed mention of peat, but somehow overlooks mentioning the instant close-to-home hit of banning peat use in & & instead gets distracted by talking about remote forests.
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John Walker Aug 6
England's first wild for 400 years allowed to live on River Otter
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John Walker Aug 6
Replying to @wvgmltd
It’s not funny, is it?
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John Walker Aug 6
Surely this headline should be: warned to take cover as (another) human-made beach catastrophe looms
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John Walker Aug 5
Deadly diseases from thrive when is destroyed, study finds
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Margaux Aug 3
How to emit loads of carbon when planting trees: plant them on peat and drain the peat. The peat dries out and degrades, causing it to emit the carbon it has taken up during the past decades/centuries. Forestry practices like this are a disaster for climate and biodiversity!
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John Walker Aug 4
How keeping -gathering and sowing close to home turned my miles into footsteps – and brought me only joy. My new ultra-local post magazine.
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John Walker Aug 4
How keeping -gathering and sowing close to home turned my miles into footsteps – and brought me only joy. My new ultra-local post magazine.
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John Walker Aug 4
Welcome to where nature is here simply for the consuming by a shallow few, spoiling its deep tranquility for the many.
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John Walker Aug 4
Replying to @this_emil
Loving it.
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John Walker Aug 4
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Scott From Scotland Aug 4
Extreme heat again on the fringe of Arctic. We are looking at temperatures 15-20 °C warmer than normal in Northern Siberia for consecutive days. Wildfires continue to rage and sea ice continues to deplete. [1/5]
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Hartley Botanic Aug 4
Keeping seed-gathering and sowing close to home reduces gardening miles to footsteps – and results only in joy, says in his latest Hartley Magazine article 👇
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