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Reusing Glass Jars
It pains me to put a perfectly useable glass jar in the recycling bin after I have finished with it. Its life is far from over and I am compelled to keep each one. For fear of becoming a hoarder, I have had to find uses for the many jars of various shapes and sizes, so I thought I would share my ideas. The below list covers a multitude of uses, (just make sure you clean/sterilise them as necessary):
River Cottage Farmhouse - A review by Natalie Millar-Partridge.
A countryside retreat, with sustainability at the heart
Is our kitchen cupboard our most valuable medicine cabinet?
Ahead of their masterclass at the River Cottage Festival, our partners Pukka have shared this fascinating article.
Last month we hosted our very first River Cottage Wellness Retreat.
Guests enjoyed a four-night restorative residential programme carefully designed to encourage a more holistic approach to life. If you want to reconnect with nature and discover what matters to you then join us for our next Retreat this September.
River Cottage Organic Freedom Lager
River Cottage Organic Lager is an exciting new addition to our fantastic line up of beer, ciders and sparkling wine. Developed and produced in partnership with the innovative independent British brewer, Freedom Brewery, this is a truly outstanding lager – even if we do say so ourselves!
War on Plastic
Last night saw the third and final episode of War on Plastic with Hugh and Anita go out on BBC One.
Join the War on Plastic
Hugh and Anita’s War on Plastic broadcasts on BBC One at 9pm Monday the 10th, 17th and 24th of June. You can join the conversation online with #WarOnPlastic.
ZSL gala raises over £375,000 to put a stop to wildlife crime.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and his River Cottage Executive Head Chef Gelf Alderson created a three-course vegan feast for Zoological Society of London's 'Safari in the City' charity gala last night.
Real Recovery Needs Real Protection
Following yesterday’s Twitter exchange about Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) and being asked to produce some references for his arguments Hugh has written this blog ...