Thursday, August 6

a house called nut and some eco stuff

A bit of link love this morning. I have discovered a wonderful blog all the way from Finland A House called Nut is a wonderful exploration of life by a couple living in a house called 'nut' in the forests of Finland. She blogs about making, foraging, wilderness, growing...all the good stuff and has a great photographic eye. Her tutorials are great too; her bangle wristwarmers got me all yarn excited. Another great blog that I susbscribe too on another forum is Inhabitat: its a green 'design' weblog , "devoted to the future of design, tracking the innovations in technology, practices and materials that are pushing architecture and home design towards a smarter and more sustainable future". It throws up some really cutting edge ideas and designs and is an exciting and interesting read covering areas of architecture, interiors, products, technology, energy and the arts. A more local newsletter i subscribe to is ecoconnect , a small Aussie business (located in Brissie) who specialise in communicating, educating and engaging creatively about science, natural resource management and the environment. Their newsletter is a great source of eco ideas. Oh, and a fresh new blog by an Adelaide landscape architecht with an eco passion often sidelined by great food who has a new blog all her own My Feet Move Forwards. Check 'em out.

6 comments:

Katrine said...

thank you kel :) your extra lovely!

vegeyum said...

Thank you for these great links, Kel. I was esp delighted to find another local foodie blogger. Thanks again

notesfromthefrugaltrenches said...

What great links, thanks Kel!

Kel said...

katrine- pleasure..look forward to seeing your blog unfold!

vegeyum - hello, welcome! what a wonderful delicious blog you have! so glad you found me so that i could find you.

NFFT - its good to share the love right?

Michele at A House Called nut said...

Hi Kel! Thanks for the kind words. I like your blog very much too and will certainly visit again!

kale for sale said...

These are wonderful links! So perfect with my morning coffee.