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Notes on Nature

After nearly fifty years in the natural products movement, we've learnt a thing or two along the way and we've certainly got plenty of stories to share.

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Faith In Nature's new Nature guardian

22, February 2024

“Who speaks for Nature?”, introducing our new Nature guardian and why we can all be lichen!

If Nature’s guardians are lawyers, Nature on the Board has a very legal skew. But if Nature’s guardians are poets, Nature on the Board becomes more poetic. The reality is that different companies will likely need a different ‘flavour’ of Nature on the Board depending on how far along they are in the process. And so perhaps the question is not ‘Who speaks for Nature?’ but ‘Who needs to speak for Nature now?’
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5 Garden Bulbs to Plant in February

15, February 2024

5 Garden Bulbs to Plant in February

Autumn is the probably the most well-known time to plant bulbs ready for spring, but planting certain bulbs in February can give you spectacular flowers in summer. Tuck these bulbs into the earth now for beautiful blooms and an abundance of important pollinators this summer.
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How to Care for Your Faith In Nature X Rainkiss Poncho

7, February 2024

How to Care for Your Faith In Nature X Rainkiss Poncho

So, you’re the proud owner of a Faith In Nature X Rainkiss Poncho – congratulations! Your new, sustainable rainwear is designed to keep you dry for many rainy days to come. To keep it doing its job and looking its best, you’ll need to take good care of it. Here’s how to do just that…
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How to Feed the Birds

7, February 2024

Feeding the Birds

We love birds. And looking after these crucial members of our ecosystem is rewarding not just for them but for yourself.  Whether you’ve got a sprawling garden or live in a flat with no outdoor space, you can feed the birds. Here’s how.
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Culture Forager, Vol. 8

5, February 2024

Culture Forager, Vol. 8

Welcome to Culture Forager, where we forage for Nature-y cultural happenings and other good things, so you don’t have to. In this edition, there’s a big bird-watch, a brilliant free course and some lovely stuff to listen to, amongst others…
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Loving Urban Nature with National Park Cities

4, February 2024

Loving Urban Nature with National Park Cities

Hear the phrase ‘National Parks’ and you’d be right to think of rural places like The Lake District, Exmoor and Eryri (Snowdonia). But a pioneering programme is making urban areas greener, healthier and wilder – by awarding them National Park Cities status. It’s a global initiative, but the very first National Park City is London. We spoke to London National Park City’s Executive Director Mark Cridge to find out more.
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Shea Butter for Hair

2, February 2024

Shea Butter for Hair

Hooray for shea! This natural nut butter comes from the kernel of the shea tree (A.K.A. the mysterious-sounding Vitellaria paradoxa). It’s native to the savannah belt of West Africa, but makes its way into haircare products the world over. Why? Because it’s mega-moisturising and packed with benefits for hair. Here’s the lowdown on one of Nature’s greatest hair heroes.
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What Are the Benefits of Rosehip Oil?

1, February 2024

What Are the Benefits of Rosehip Oil?

Hip hip for rosehips! These tiny fruits of the spiky wild rose shrub give us rosehip oil. Not to be confused with rose oil, rosehip oil is known for being a nutrient-rich tonic for skin and hair, straight from Nature. But what exactly does this beloved plant ingredient do for skin, scalp and strands?
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Winter Self-Care Tips

23, January 2024

Winter Self-Care Tips

Is it February yet? Because January is reeeally dragging. A combination of cold weather and a lack of daylight can make everybody feel down at this time of year. But putting aside time for yourself, even just a few minutes every day, can make all the difference to your mood. Behold our winter self-care tips, designed to make the wait for spring a little more bearable…
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Nature Journalling for Mindfulness

18, January 2024

Nature Journalling for Mindfulness

Being outside in Nature is good for your wellbeing, and so is mindfulness. By starting a Nature journalling habit, you can combine the two. You don’t need to be a writer, a naturalist or an artist – and you could make a difference not just to your own mood, but to Nature itself.
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Get Outdoors this January

15, January 2024

Get Outdoors this January

In January, the temptation to stay cossetted indoors is often difficult to resist – but it’s no secret that time spent in Nature can give our wellbeing a much-need boost. So, fill a flask with your favourite hot drink, wrap up warm and escape your home this month – and relish the benefits that being in Nature can bring.
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Calming Bedtime Rituals to Help You Sleep

8, January 2024

Calming Bedtime Rituals to Help You Sleep

Sleep is essential, but sometimes it can be elusive – and few things are more frustrating than a restless night. But what if your bedtime became a pampering treat, an opportunity for your very own moments of nightly self-care? Establishing a bedtime routine is thought to be one of the most effective ways of ensuring deep sleep. Try these nightly rituals to help ease into slumber.
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