LIVING a greener, more sustainable life is no longer the dream of a minority.
It is part of everyone’s everyday life and crucial to the future wellbeing of individuals, community and the wider world.
RECONNECT is full of practical examples of local people making a real difference in every area of local life:
We offer information, inspiration and celebration around all aspects of sustainable living – all of it focussed on the vibrant communities of Exeter, Totnes, Plymouth and across South Devon.
Reconnect is distributed free across the whole region and you can pick it up from a range of small independent businesses (from wholefood stores to natural health centres) and public spaces like libraries and galleries.
Hundreds of sustainable and ethical businesses use Reconnect to get their message out to people who care about how and where their products and services are sourced.
As well as a range of snappy, chatty news items and lengthier, more in-depth articles, the magazine includes the following popular regular features:
Local produce – news and views from people across a range of food and drink producers, including community growing projects.
Eco homes – an examination of traditional and green building, renewable energy and ethical materials and techniques.
Going Out – a unique guide to alternative arts, crafts and environmental events across Reconnectland.
Wellbeing – our comprehensive look at the latest in complementary health and personal development within our region.
And we’ve got regular columns from: Plymouth-based nutritionist and foodie Jane Hutton (Naturally Nourishing); Yealmpton-based organic gardening specialist Joa Grower (Organic Gardening); Dartington-based counsellor and teacher Leigh Smith (Emotional Health); and the occasionally coherent ramblings of Dawlish Warren-based editor Scott Williams in his regular column “South Westerlies…”.
You can read more on each of these here.
If you have any question about Reconnect, please feel free to contact us.