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Using flowers for research

"I joined the CRMC volunteer team at the end of February this year! In the beginning, I joined the advice team for a couple of times then I started joining the women’s group in Hillifield family hub/children’s centre. Most of the women in this group have limited knowledge in the English language, but they are all motivated and committed to learning this language and they are from different countries from all over the world! You can easily feel the positive energy within this group, participants and volunteers are all willing to learn from each other.

It is more than food waste!

"What do you see here? A bunch of rubbish or food waste, if you like to be precise. Regardless of the used term, it is just trash right!? I was thinking the same until I came across a fascinating idea during my search for simple ecological practices that can reduce our waste generation. These practices include using recycled materials, reusing materials and the one that I am going to talk about in this post re-growing food waste. The more I read about plants and food growing, the more I realize how plants are incredible living organisms!

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