Category: Nature blogs

Cheche Winnie blog

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Cheche Winnie Blog 

Cheche Winnie Blog 

Sustainable Living & Wildlife Conservation in Kenya Blog

My blog is all about advocating for a sustainable living and wildlife conservation. I use my writing skills to educate people about wildlife and their conservation status. What we need to change and what needs to be done to give them a better tomorrow. Share with my readers the various ways of life that does not harm environment but allow most species a brighter tomorrow. As well as sharing my travel experiences and places to visit. 

I have always loved animals from my childhood years and it really breaks my heart when i see them suffering from our actions. It’s clear that most local communities have insufficient or wrong information about wildlife living in their space. Making it difficult for them to embrace conservation. With love for nature and wildlife, and a bachelor degree in Wildlife Management. I decided to use my writing skills to spread conservation education and awareness. 

Shared by Cheche Winnie 

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Plants and beyond blog

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Plants and beyond blog

Plants and beyond blog

   “I thank You, God, for most this amazing
day: for the leaping greenly spirits of trees
and a blue true dream of sky; and for everything
which is natural which is infinite which is Yes.”

~ E.E. Cummings

Hello, friends and welcome to my blog. My name is Luda, and this poem truly expresses my love for the natural universe. I am passionate about Organic Green Living, Gardening, Volunteering, Herbal, and Natural Medicine, Foresting, Earthing, Cooking, Healing, Self-improvement, Pooches, and Reading.

As a former teenage rhythmic gymnast, Registered Nurse, 11 years experienced Maryland Master Gardener, mother, wife, daughter, dog lover, poetess, edible homegrown and wild plants, obsessed gardener, and an aspiring herbalist, I am overjoyed to contribute my ideas, enrich and guide anyone who is searching for a healthier, more vibrant, and improved daily function. 

Shared by: Luda Hiekin