Kat wrote this month’s Guest Blog, introducing a very particular tree from Florida, USA. This tree has a name and is “a symbol of hope and resilience” to the local community.
For this week’s article, we asked Mark to please help us have a better understanding of the First Nation People (FNP) of Australia. We asked Mark to please help us understand how the FNP takes care of nature and the environment, and what we can learn from their age-old traditions.
Plastic pollution has a significant impact on marine life, leading to various negative consequences. Discover about some of them in this article.
I have been wanting to give making jam a try. Some of the available supermarket options gift us with a long list of unpronounceable ingredients and most of these options just have too much sugar.
The Earth’s climate is ever-changing. We’ve already seen rising temperatures and new precipitation patterns arise over the years. But what is climate change? And how can you make a difference?
This year, World Food Day is celebrated on 16 October. Considering this, we wanted to hear from Mark about the intersection between tree planting and growing food.
Biodiversity is a crucial component of the Earth’s natural resources that underpin economic, social, and cultural development.
And so, a new idea comes into place; instead of aiming at “sustainability”, we must embrace “regeneration”.
In this article, Jennifer Troyan tells us about her experience diving with sea turtles.
What is an equinox, does it hold any value, and how has that value changed through time?
As this year’s Autumn equinox approaches (23 September 2023), we ask Mark about its importance and meaning.
Trees stand tall as both a testimony to the resilience of life and a reminder of the awe-inspiring wonders that surround us.
This article will not only give you a start-to-finish idea of something you can prepare for your working week, but also help you crack the concept of meal-prepping, so that you can adapt it to other recipes, to your time, and your food preferences.
Climate change is having a significant impact on soil and water, which are essential components of our planet’s ecosystems.
Our community member bought a fig tree from a local nursery in Germany, and wanted to understand how they can create the ideal circumstances for the tree to carry fruit and flourish.
We are happy to announce that our Nigerian regional coordinator, Imam Maiyaki, is now one of our monthly Whispers of the Woods bloggers!
In his first article, Imam writes about the relationship between trees and climate change.
Finding plant-based alternatives to a beef hamburger, for example, is not so hard. Today we’ll experiment with black beans, beetroot, mushrooms, and more.
This poem was written by one of UBREM’s team members, Jennifer Nafziger, and it is called, This Is Not a Tree.
Mark was asked to please tell us more about their journey to Vietnam and the wildlife and nature they experienced on their journey.
People may garden for various reasons or purposes. I’ve enjoyed gardening for as long as I can remember, but only recently have I undergone a major shift in my gardening attitude, due to my new squirrel friend.
To honor the beginning of Summer in the Northern Hemisphere, and acknowledge the heat waves felt by some of our community members, I decided to bring two different salad recipes today. They are both fresh, light, and fragrant, and very easy to put together.