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Plastic Free Picnic

It's plastic free July! We wanted to share some Wandering Folk tips for your plastic free picnic. THINK ABOUT YOUR SNACKS..... Plastic wrapped snacks can be an easy & convenient go-to, but with a little extra thought your picnis can be eco friendly and oh so delicious!! Let's face it... no one likes to drink out of a plastic cup. Take your own glass, feel a little classy and the earth will thank you! Our vintage glassware is perfect to accompany you on your picnic. Take your esky or cooler bag with re-usable ice bricks instead of single use ice bags. BYO cutlery and straws! Plastic cutlery takes up to 1,000 years to break down. By taking your own you...

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Slow motherhood with Kristi Reed

Kristi is a vision of slow living, an inspiring mother, conscious creator and the owner of Windy Peak Vintage. She lives with her family in the mountains of Montana, USA. Living life slowly and intently.. they grow their own seasonal vegetables, raise chickens and enjoy cosy fires in the winter. Amongst the mountain life and raising her little ones, Kristi spends her time running her own vintage store, she is a lover of all sustainable and earth-friendly things… in the next few paragraphs she shares with us stories about her life, her ethos and some inspiring moments on her journey.    We are obsessed with the beautiful scenic part of the world where you live.. what have been your most...

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Black Lives Matter - TOGETHER WE STAND

Tens of thousands of people came together across the nation to support the Black Lives Matter movement on Saturday, we showed our support by protesting peacefully and marching for justice in Brisbane CBD.The Brisbane protest was one of many across the world sharing the public outrage following the tragic death of African American George Floyd, the Australian and Indigenous people showed compassion and a call for justice for those who have died in police custody. A display of tears and goosebumps spread amongst the crowd as stories of those who have been affected by racism were told, describing the history of First Nations struggles. The feeling of love and union of the people was strong as we marched and chanted;“No...

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Rainforest Rescue

1% for the Rainforest - Heart Warming Updates Apart from being one of the most beautiful places for a picnic, the rainforests play a vital role in the natural processes that keep our planet healthy. Our precious rainforests support large amounts of amazing animals and plant diversity. We are proud to contribute to such an inspiring not-for-profit organisation to help protect our beautiful rainforests.   Our Contribution In the past year Wandering Folk has contributed towards the rescuing of 1,200 square metres of unprotected Daintree lowlands rainforest, that is the area of 521 Wandering Folk picnic rugs laid out flat, this area will be preserved forever. We have also contributed towards the planting of 600 trees to regenerate damaged Daintree...

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