Let’s Grow Wild

There are times when we need to look to nature for our health and well-being. Whether it is spending more time outdoors, improving the health of our homes by choosing eco-friendly products, or finding ways to produce our own food instead of relying on supermarkets, Let’s Grow Wild is here to help.

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The Best Battery Powered Chainsaws for Beginners

Battery powered chainsaws can be one of the best outdoor tools. From cutting up firewood to felling trees, gardening, outdoor projects, and even chainsaw carving,… Read more »

Plastic Free Living – Eco-Friendly Alternatives You Must Try!

Plastic free living is not easy. Plastic is everywhere, not just as litter and waste, but in the every day things we buy and use…. Read more »

Buying CBD Oil? 4 things to look for to ensure quality

The CBD (Cannabidiol) market is seeing huge growth. There are many companies out there selling an array of CBD oils, edibles, sprays and capsules. If… Read more »

Top 5 Camping Hammocks with Mosquito Nets

When hiking or camping overnight, one of the best ways to get a good night’s sleep in by using a camping hammock with mosquito net built in! There are many… Read more »

water filtration

How to Purify Water when Hiking and Camping – Water Filtration Systems

A water filtration system is essential for a wild adventure, as you will need to replenish your drinking supplies. If there is one thing that spoils a great camping trip,… Read more »

The Best Equipment for Campfire Cooking – Tips for Cooking in the Wild

Cooking over an open campfire is one of life’s pleasures, yet it does take a little skill and practise to get it right. Having the right campfire cooking equipment also… Read more »

Survival Knives: What to Look for in a Good Survival Knife

Whether you are an outdoor expert or a newbie, having a survival knife as part of your kit is both a useful tool, as well as something that can be… Read more »

Plastic Free Living – Eco-Friendly Alternatives You Must Try!

Plastic free living is not easy. Plastic is everywhere, not just as litter and waste, but in the every day things we buy and use. Take a moment to look… Read more »

how to eat less meat

How to Eat Less Meat – Positive changes for health and the environment

I’m going to get this out there… I eat meat. Lots of us do. In fact, for many of us it can seem downright weird to not have some meat… Read more »

11 Reasons why using Menstrual Cups is a No-Brainer!

If you have heard of menstrual cups, but never thought of giving them a try – this post is for you. You might have seen the notices on the back… Read more »

Buying CBD Oil? 4 things to look for to ensure quality

The CBD (Cannabidiol) market is seeing huge growth. There are many companies out there selling an array of CBD oils, edibles, sprays and capsules. If you are buying CBD oil… Read more »

water filtration

How to Purify Water when Hiking and Camping – Water Filtration Systems

A water filtration system is essential for a wild adventure, as you will need to replenish your drinking supplies. If there is one thing that spoils a great camping trip,… Read more »

how to eat less meat

How to Eat Less Meat – Positive changes for health and the environment

I’m going to get this out there… I eat meat. Lots of us do. In fact, for many of us it can seem downright weird to not have some meat… Read more »

11 Reasons why using Menstrual Cups is a No-Brainer!

If you have heard of menstrual cups, but never thought of giving them a try – this post is for you. You might have seen the notices on the back… Read more »

Books and Printables

Let’s Grow Wild is a blog by Georgina Starmer. Here are some of her other publications:

Foraging for Health – Hedgerow Plants and Fruits

Find edible plants that you can use to boost your health, as well as make tasty dishes to enjoy.

A comprehensive guide to identifying edible wild plants, how they benefit health, and how to prepare them for food and medicinal use.

Smallholding – A Beginner’s Guide to Raising Livestock and Growing Garden Produce

Advice on topics such as soil health, composting, fruit trees, pasture management, stock fencing; and detailed livestock information about keeping bees, caring for poultry, goats, llamas and alpacas, pigs, sheep and cattle.

This comprehensive guide to smallholding is aimed at people who have access to land, as well as those growing produce in their back garden.

Nature Printables for Kids

Set of 28 nature activity worksheets for kids aged up to 10. Scavenger hunts, art projects and fun.

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