Gloomheart27 karma2020-11-05 13:51:26 UTC
Have you considered a trade in program to help with sustainability? Customers can trade in clothes they've worn for awhile, for a discount on newer clothes, and you can have a secondary "Previously loved" section. This will allow people to a) Participate in "fast fashion" without as huge a strain on the environment, and b) have access to your clothing at every price point.
I don't think this is something that's being done currently, but I myself would be more than willing to purchase second hand clothing that the manufacturer has deemed still in good condition.
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Gloomheart6 karma2019-11-24 14:40:48 UTC
I live in an apartment in Canada, no balcony, but I think we've got a little community plot.
Is it reasonable for a single person to grow the vast majority of their staple veg (tomatoes, zucchini, lettuce and cucumbers) in just an outdoor plot fairly easily? I've never gardened before and I don't have a tonne of spare time. I assume some plants are easier kept and more robust than others? Could these be grown indoors fairly easily as well?
I guess just some tips on getting my feet into agriculture would be great! City dweller with the heart of a farmer, and it's always been a dream of mine to be more self sufficient.
Gloomheart4 karma2020-11-05 15:53:12 UTC
Damnit. Here I thought I'd had an original idea for once. :p
Gloomheart2 karma2019-11-26 23:31:10 UTC
I recently did a harvest day at a local food bank farm and really enjoyed it! Thanks so much for the suggestions, and the time you've taken to respond.
I may have to look into the working holiday visa! :O
Gloomheart1 karma2019-11-24 17:33:40 UTC
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