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#Plasticfree July

Posted by Erin Wynn on

#Plasticfree July

  The problem with Plastics Plastics are one of the biggest environmental challenges the world is facing right now. Thanks to David Attenborough’s Blue Planet, consumers are ultimately aware of the thousands of tonnes of plastic filling the ocean. There is so much confusion about the recycling industry and it adds to the waste problem. The shocking truth is that 91% of plastic isn’t recycled. Of the 8.3 billion metric tonnes of plastic created over the past 6 decades, only 9% has been recycled, 12% has been incinerated and an incredible 79% of that material is accumulating in landfills, oceans or contaminating the...

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Forage and Press

Posted by Kaly Town on

Forage and Press

Today my mother went flower picking with my son, when he came running towards me with a delicate flower in his tiny hand I knew exactly what I was going to do with it.

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Strawberry Rhubarb Crumble

Posted by Erin Wynn on

Strawberry Rhubarb Crumble
One of the benefits to eating local, seasonal food is that you are effectively reducing your carbon footprint and supporting a more geographically sustainable food economy. 

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30 Ways to Use Play Silks

Posted by Kaly Town on

30 Ways to Use Play Silks

We are excited to announce that Seed is carrying Sarah’s Silks. We have thoughtfully chosen these play silks as they are made with non-toxic, non-hazardous, environmentally friendly dyes, with no heavy metals. Silk is a natural fiber and renewable resource. It is a strong, fine, lustrous fabric and, when taken care of, it will last. Keeping the health of the planet in mind, we believe it is important to provide toys and materials that are durable and stand the test of time. We also strive to provide toys that return effortlessly to the Earth at the end of their life...

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Everything You Need to Know About Loose Parts Pt.2

Posted by Kaly Town on

Everything You Need to Know About Loose Parts Pt.2
The beautiful presentation of materials is the child’s invitation to play. The space should be intriguing and inspiring.

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