Apr
20
A photo contest!!! Enter now! Read More
Apr
19

Out & About

Posted By:Celine
This past weekend Pure Green was a media sponsor for the Green Living Show in Toronto. It was a wonderful experience to be at the show, to meet so many readers, both new and old. To see people's reactions as they peeked inside the magazine for the first time was amazing! Thank you to all who came, saw and subscribed! Read More
Apr
18

Edible Flower Guide

Posted By:Celine
Introducing our latest addition to the Pure Green collection of illustrated posters. Created by Bess Callard, our resident illustrator, this Edible Flower Guide is from the new issue of Pure Green, themed The Urban Farm. It accompanies a column on candied edible flowers as well as an edible flower bouquet how-to by Alison Westlake of Coriander Girl (see the sneak peek here). So, if you have a bare spot on the wall that needs a bit of cheer, or perhaps you need a lovely, spring gift, take our new poster home by visiting our shop! Read More
Apr
10

Web Preview, Volume 2

Posted By:Celine
A sneak peek into our brand new Volume 2, The Urban Farm. Read More
Apr
9

Come Visit Us!

Posted By:Celine
We're very excited to be part of the show this year. Drop by our booth #344 and say hello to the team including Celine, Michelle and Erin—we'd LOVE to meet you! Get exclusive specials on single copies and subscriptions and be among the first to see our brand new Volume 2, themed The Urban Farm. We're also hosting giveaways and contests, including our grand prize, a dinner party with Pure Green Magazine!! Read More
Apr
5

Big Big News!

Posted By:Celine
IN OUR WORLD, THIS IS WHAT DREAMS ARE MADE OF! Beginning with our brand new issue, Volume 2, The Urban Farm, you will be able to purchase Pure Green at Anthropologie stores. It's an honour and a delight to be offered alongside the wonderful wares at Anthropologie and to have Pure Green available in more cities near you! You should see the new issue on shelves in a few short weeks! HOORAY! Read More
Apr
4
A video which took seven months to create using miniatures. Besides being an incredible visual feat, it sheds light on why commercial fishing is not sustainable and shares ideas for how to create a better system. Read More
Apr
3

Vol. 2 | Another Peek!

Posted By:Celine
This shot is one of my favourites from the new issue. So lush and green! The shot is from one of our special features that explores growing sprouts and micro-greens at home. You will learn why these make the perfect, year-round and easy care garden; they are so packed with nutrients they are one of the most healthful foods on the planet; and it's a fresh approach to urban micro-farming! Anyone can do it with any amount of space, yet you will still inexpensively produce an incredible amount of food! Read More
Mar
30
Our new issue is due to arrive in just a few days! The theme centers around an introduction to urban farming—to people making it happen and great ideas/ways to get you started, all with a stylish, sustainable twist. As we were researching the new issue we came across so many amazing ideas, projects and people, way too much to include them all in the magazine, but I'm delighted to share a few with you here as we lead up to the release of Volume 2. One such project, in Toronto, is an brand new initiative called The Everything Roof created by a group called The About Face Collective. Their project is due to complete this summer—we'll make sure to catch up with them then as well, but in the meantime we asked them a few questions about their amazing project. Read More
Mar
28

Vol. 2 | A Peek!

Posted By:Celine
If you have been following Pure Green for a while you might remember Alison Westlake. She is the dynamic and charming florist behind Coriander Girl, a popular flower shop in Toronto's Parkdale neighbourhood. We love her natural style—her arrangements are freeflowing and unfussy yet stunningly gorgeous, and she uses locally and naturally grown flowers whenever possible. And now she is also a columnist for Pure Green Magazine! We couldn't be more pleased to introduce her new column in our upcoming issue called Flora & Fauna, in which Alison shares her inspiration and tips for creating flower arrangements. The above image is a sneak peek at the new column—we couldn't resist giving you a little taste. Read More
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