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What do hedgehogs and humus share in common? - It pays to go green!

What do hedgehogs and humus share in common?

Where do hedgehogs head to at night? If they are not going out to eat, they will probably be looking for a cosy resting place. This place could be in your garden! Hedgehogs, like many other small mammals, birds, insects or amphibians, are particularly fond of fallen leaves. So if you're looking for a good excuse as to why your yard is still unploughed – search no more. Leaving leaves is simply better for wildlife!
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The sweet taste of saving the climate! - It pays to go green!

The sweet taste of saving the climate!

A bit of planning, a pinch of education, and... a dash of imagination. This is a proven recipe for better use of our food supplies. It's worth giving it some thought it because avoiding food waste means not only saving money, but also responsibly using global resources and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Sweet!
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Idea sprouts, changes grow! - It pays to go green!

Idea sprouts, changes grow!

It won't be an exaggeration if we say that planting and nurturing your own plants is a great way to stay active. What’s even more important, it's an opportunity to get the most ecological food there is – our own. It's possible in the city too! The idea of community gardens has already taken root in our country for good.
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What do hedgehogs and humus share in common? - It pays to go green!

What do hedgehogs and humus share in common?

Where do hedgehogs head to at night? If they are not going out to eat, they will probably be looking for a cosy resting place. This place could be in your garden! Hedgehogs, like many other small mammals, birds, insects or amphibians, are particularly fond of fallen leaves. So if you're looking for a good excuse as to why your yard is still unploughed – search no more. Leaving leaves is simply better for wildlife!
4 min read