All in Agriculture & Gardening

Nether Wallop Trading

Nether Wallop Trading designs and develops innovative, eco-friendly kitchen and garden tools and gifts. They employ craftspeople in the U.K. and Europe. All of their wooden goods are sourced from managed woodlands. They encourage new and established gardeners and are disciples of sustainable living. UK.

Kollvik Recycling

Kollvik Recycling designs and manufactures composters for recycling food waste and garden waste into compost. Their products include manually operated rotating composters for home and garden use as well as fully automatic industrial and commercial composters for use in schools, hospitals, shopping malls and cities. Spain.

International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements

International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements has the mission of leading, uniting and assisting the organic movement in its full diversity. At the heart of IFOAM is its 800 Affiliates in more than 100 countries. In order to unify, lead and assist this a broad-based constituency in a fair, inclusive and participatory manner, IFOAM organizes a General Assembly every three years.

Hen & Hammock

Hen & Hammock is a small independent business that sells products to help make your garden a more beautiful place. They offer sustainable and eco-design gardening supplies, outdoor furniture, and environmentally friendly gifts. Hen & Hammock reuses and recycles wherever possible. Their packaging is from reused materials and recycled boxes. Hen & Hammock avoids selling products that require toxic or hazardous substances to manufacture and they view the environmental impact of their products from cradle to grave. UK based with shipping worldwide.

Greenlane Biogas

Greenlane Biogas specializes in the production, installation and improvement of biogas upgrading technology. Their customers include farmers, energy companies, and industrial operators who are looking for an economic and environmentally sustainable use for organic waste and biogas.

Composting Council of Canada

The Composting Council of Canada is a national non-profit, member-driven organization with a charter to advocate and advance composting and compost usage. It serves as the central resource and network for the composting industry in Canada and, through its members, contributes to the environmental sustainability of the communities in which they operate.

Already Been Chewed Composting

Already Been Chewed Composting is a small worm farm in Colorado that provides information and products to help you create your own worm composting system. They even provide worms by the pound to help you get started. Vermiculture is the art of taking care of your worms with food, bedding, and an environment that helps them thrive. Everything that you read on starting a worm farm says to start small. That is good advice because your farm will not be small for long.

Hot Pepper Wax - Insect and Animal Repellent

Hot Pepper Wax produces natural, earth-friendly insect and animal repellents for everything you grow - inside or outside. Hot Pepper Wax contains NO chemicals and is so safe you can spray on vegetables and harvest the same day. Excellent for keeping soft-bodied insects and most animals away from your garden. Plus, the wax base makes it stay in place longer - even through normal rainfall

Permaculture Activist

Permaculture Activist produces North America's leading permaculture periodical. The organization offers information on permaculture design, edible landscaping, bioregionalism, cooperative action, aquaculture, natural building, earthworks, renewable energy, practical solutions to the challenges of life, and more.

Crown Bees

Crown Bees helps gardeners grow more food by making it easy to support native solitary bees. They offer simple ready-to-use bee homes complete with bee cocoons that are ready to hatch. They make it very easy to establish a new home for gentle mason and leafcutter bees, which are great pollinators and much easier to support than honey bees. Crown Bees is dedicated to spreading the word and advocating for the protection of bees. They want to spread the important message that we must protect our bees in order to sustain the food supply and a healthy environment. Crown Bees collaborates with gardeners, communities, farmers, and growers to spread awareness and stop the sale of destructive chemicals, like neonicotinoids, used on plants and seeds.