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Jul 29, 2017

A Wildlife Ranger turned ecological surveyor turned zero waste furniture artist, Jen Gardner started Forget Me Knot as a way to explore her creativity while producing low impact, long-lasting items for others. Destined to end up in landfill, be burnt or, at the very best, turned to wood pulp, Jen repaints and re-purposes wood into one-of-a-kind pieces, prolonging the life of lumber and sending custom pieces home with happy campers.

Above and beyond her craft, she uses Good Energy (a 100% sustainable energy supplier), gives monthly donations to The Woodland Trust and Soil Association, banks with ethical groups, limits the need to use chemicals on items and uses Ecosia ( search engine, where every search helps pay to plant a tree.

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The album that led to this podcast -- “Let’s Talk About The Weather” -- can be purchased HERE.