|Organic Food by County|
Aberdeenshire Angus Antrim Ayrshire Bedfordshire Berkshire Berwickshire Borders Buckinghamshire Cambridge Carmarthenshire Ceredigion Channel Isles Cheshire Clwyd Conwy Cornwall County Down County Durham Cumbria Denbighshire Derbyshire Devon Dorset Dumfries and Galloway Dyfed East Lothian East Sussex East Yorkshire Essex Fife Glamorgan Gloucestershire Greater Manchester Gwynedd Hampshire Herefordshire Hertfordshire Highland Isle of Man Isle of Wight Isles of Scilly Kent Lanarkshire Lancashire Leicestershire Lincolnshire London Monmouthshire Norfolk North Yorkshire Northamptonshire Northern Ireland Northumberland Nottinghamshire Orkney and Shetland Oxfordshire Pembrokeshire Powys Ross-shire Roxburghshire Rutland Shropshire Somerset South Yorkshire Staffordshire Suffolk Surrey Tyne and Wear Tyrone Warwickshire West Lothian West Midlands West Sussex West Yorkshire Wiltshire Wirral Worcestershire |
|Blogs and Campaigns - ecolocal|
ecolocal is a new website designed to help you find out about healthy living in your area. If, like us, you're raising a young family, then ecolocal can help you find out how to do it the healthy way. And if, like us, you've renovated houses to get yourself up the property ladder, we can help you find out how to do it the green way. We believe that where there's an affordable, eco-friendly alternative, we should take it. ecolocal is here to help you find out about those alternatives and spread the word about any experiences you have.
ecolocal is also designed to help you spread the word about local news. We've split the website up into four sections to help you find the most relevant news.
The Home life section deals with news around your the home - such as recycling, energy savings and relevant council services,
The Health section deals with living a health lifestyle - what to eat and new ideas for exercise.
The Family section deals with everything you need to make your family greener.
The Events section is a place to publicise local events, like fetes, farmers' markets or zoos.
If you want talk about local issues, then we hope you'll help us make ecolocal a great place to do just that. And if you just want to find something to do with the kids this weekend then we can help with that too.
Behind the scenes, ecolocal is powered by the fabulous Ruby on Rails web framework and queries the clever Geonames database of places and postcodes. It might not look like it, but ecolocal is a Web 2.0 mashup of user-generated content and location sensitive social networks!
Creation date : 25/12/2007 @ 18:41
Last update : 25/12/2007 @ 19:07
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