An introduction to pollinators and what you can do to support them.

by Ella Rose Shnapp

What is a pollinator?

Pollinators are the many species that pollinate and fertilise flowering plants, including bees, flies, butterflies, moths, beetles, bats and birds. Without them, more than 70% of the world’s flowering plants would not fruit, seed or reproduce. Full article “An introduction to pollinators and what you can do to support them.”

Apocalypse Diaries: Maine 2016 – on growing and reaping your own

“Control is what civilizations do… If we can control the world, we can protect ourselves from the darkness it contains. We can protect ourselves from what lies under the ground, in the tombs. Who doesn’t want to be protected? But who, in the end, can ever be?”

Paul Kingsnorth Full article “Apocalypse Diaries: Maine 2016 – on growing and reaping your own”