Every month, the team at Campspace gathers the most inspiring, interesting and useful finds they’ve come across in recent weeks. Since today is World Water Day, we are beginning with a few tips on what you can do to conserve water in your home or on your campspace.
Almost all of the liquid freshwater in the world is groundwater, which is used for drinking water, sanitation, growing food and supporting ecosystems. Climate change, overuse and pollution has made freshwater a threatened resource. How can you reduce your impact?
A short video telling the story of one woman’s experience of the Wonderland Trail, 150 km and 7000m of elevation which takes the average hiker up to 14 days to complete. Kaytlyn Gerbin completed the trail in an unbelievable 19 hours, earning her the FKT, or fastest known time for the trail.
The Ecostoof is a clever cooking tool inspired by the haybox, a cooking technique from the 19th century that uses the insulating power of hay to slow cook food. Using this tool not only conserves energy by reducing active heating time, but the gentle cooking preserves the nutrients in your food. When spending the night in nature, simply bring your pot to a boil at home and bundle it in the insulated bag ahead of time and it will cook to perfection during your journey.
Did you know that the secret to the redwood tree’s enormous size lies in the tiniest droplets of water? Reading this book equips you with dozens of interesting stories about the biology, history and cultural relevance of different tree species. Learn how trees play a role in everyday life, not to mention self-mummifying monks, tree-climbing goats and radioactive nuts!
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