Environment 2017-01-20T13:00:46+00:00

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  • Ben saves apples and have you seen a mouse?
      Food waste continues to be a big issue: St.Albans Council has given us bins just for food waste because we produce so much, the Sustainable St.Albans Week organisers focussed much of their attention last year on the issue and supermarket chain Sainsbury’s just gave up on their plan ... read more
    Published on 03-21-2017
    3 days ago
  • Reasons to be cheerful at Food Smiles and good news for bees too
    The birds are singing, the frogs are croaking in my pond and the weeds seedlings are starting to spring up. Which also means that it’s a great time to start planting vegetables on your allotment, in your garden or in a pot on your window sill.   And a group ... read more
    Published on 03-16-2017
    1 week ago
  • #IWD17 – wonderful women
    Smiling Elaine and Sandra welcomed me to the 5th St.Albans Guides. They were just 2 of the wonderful women and girls featured in an hour long edition of Environment Matters for International Women’s Day 2017. Girl Guides are now into personal development, broadening horizons and giving girls a voice. And ... read more
    Published on 03-09-2017
    2 weeks ago
  • #HeronWatch is back!
    In the heart of St.Albans, herons and egrets are again nesting in Verulamium Lake. Worthy of a David Attenborough programme the drama of the raising of a new generation of birds is there for all to see with the help of St.Albans RSPB’s Heron Watch Volunteers. On this week’s ... read more
    Published on 03-03-2017
    3 weeks ago
  • Shocking truth about food waste at local school
      On this week’s show, as part of her Food Waste Ninja’s Project, Environmental Education consultant Ruby Raut has been working with pupils at St.Albans City School to find out how much food ends up in their bins, and she came up with some shocking results. In one week ... read more
    Published on 02-23-2017
    4 weeks ago
  • Ben saves apples and have you seen a mouse?
      Food waste continues to be a big issue: St.Albans Council has given us bins just for food waste because we produce so much, the Sustainable St.Albans Week organisers focussed much of their attention last year on the issue and supermarket chain Sainsbury’s just gave up on their plan ... read more
    Published on 03-21-2017
    3 days ago
  • Reasons to be cheerful at Food Smiles and good news for bees too
    The birds are singing, the frogs are croaking in my pond and the weeds seedlings are starting to spring up. Which also means that it’s a great time to start planting vegetables on your allotment, in your garden or in a pot on your window sill.   And a group ... read more
    Published on 03-16-2017
    1 week ago
  • #IWD17 – wonderful women
    Smiling Elaine and Sandra welcomed me to the 5th St.Albans Guides. They were just 2 of the wonderful women and girls featured in an hour long edition of Environment Matters for International Women’s Day 2017. Girl Guides are now into personal development, broadening horizons and giving girls a voice. And ... read more
    Published on 03-09-2017
    2 weeks ago
  • #HeronWatch is back!
    In the heart of St.Albans, herons and egrets are again nesting in Verulamium Lake. Worthy of a David Attenborough programme the drama of the raising of a new generation of birds is there for all to see with the help of St.Albans RSPB’s Heron Watch Volunteers. On this week’s ... read more
    Published on 03-03-2017
    3 weeks ago
  • Shocking truth about food waste at local school
      On this week’s show, as part of her Food Waste Ninja’s Project, Environmental Education consultant Ruby Raut has been working with pupils at St.Albans City School to find out how much food ends up in their bins, and she came up with some shocking results. In one week ... read more
    Published on 02-23-2017
    4 weeks ago

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