Seed magazine is a new semi-annual publication, founded by Carole Bamford. The magazine is based on a sustainable and conscious lifestyle. Its goal is to lead by example: to gently inspire readers to produce small changes through their own choices so that together we can have a wider impact on the future of the planet - like sowing a seed that will grow and flourish.
The magazine's contents include interviews and conversations with artisans, artists, creatives - pioneers in the fields of sustainability, agriculture, crafts, design, wellness and travel, but also practical tips to encourage readers to live more consciously, for example by growing vegetables and flowers who favor pollination in their garden, undertaking a handmade project with their children or simply rethinking their shopping habits.
Seed celebrates the importance of being aware of where our food comes from and also contains 15 simple and seasonal recipes focused on reducing food waste.
Dimensions: 27.5 x 21.10 cm
Number of pages: 80 (recycled paper and vegetable ink)
This issue of Seed tries to look to the future, to how to get out of a period of crisis, to build from the lessons learned. After a year of confinement, this issue celebrates the outdoors and everything that can be done to strengthen and support our mental and physical well-being.
In this number:
We visit Wildland, a group of Scottish estates that combine tourism with conservation.
- Tips for growing food during the winter months
- Editor Carole Bamford interviews Misan Harriman, the photographer and founder of the digital media platform What We Seee, who made history as the first black person to shoot the cover of the September issue of Vogue in the UK.
- Recognizing the importance of the role our homes have taken on in our lives, we talk to the famous architect John Pawson about the importance of the spaces in which we live
- Simple and seasonal recipes with a focus on reducing food waste Tips on how to reduce or eliminate plastic in our homes.