I was working in threatened species conservation and I felt like I was wasting my time…
What makes someone sit inside, stare at a screen and write a blog for year after year? Especially when the stories are all about getting outside and improving our relationships with nature, our food and the local community?
To explore the tensions between writing about the simple life and actually living a good life, I chatted with Tricia Hogbin, author of the popular and long-lived blog on sustainable living, Little Eco Footprints.
You can read the full interview at the wonderful Wild Melbourne web site. Please read on!
Podcasts may be hip but with hundreds to choose from, how can you find a good one? Where do you find the best podcasts about nature? Continue reading
Welcome to “The Nature Bloggers” – a new series of interviews with the finest bloggers on nature, science and sustainability in Australia. Continue reading
How do we get our messages out? How do we stop preaching to the converted? Continue reading
Late at night one Thursday in April, Robbie B disappeared. Continue reading
Four years, one hundred stories and more than 150,000 words ago, I began this blog.
The discipline of writing a new story every fortnight had a big impact. It killed my career. Continue reading