Sharing a glimpse into the The Antarctic Book of Cooking and Cleaning—a unique tale of exploration, environmental stewardship and food as the glue that binds us all together. Read More

#PGMinseason | Lindsey Love

Posted By:Katherine
#PGMinseason community leader and food blogger Lindsey Love of Dolly and Oatmeal shares her interpretation, tips, and tricks on how to cook and eat in season! Read More
An exclusive Pure Green Instagram hashtag challenge: #PGMinseason! Read More

Interview | Eoin Finn

Posted By:Katherine
Interview with yogi, surfer, and blissologist Eoin Finn for Pure Green Magazine on "The Eco Karma Yoga Project" Read More
Postcards from the road by Branden and Taryn (who were featured as our cover story in Volume 8, Welcome Home). We introduce the series with an outpost from White Sands Monument, in New Mexico. Read More
Spend time with Rob Stimpson and Voyageur Quest as he leads a moose photography safari deep into the backcountry of Algonquin Provincial Park. Read More
I am so delighted to bring you a special post from new PGM contributor Yvonne Rock (you'll be able to see her work in PGM Volume 9, expected in Summer, 2014). Yvonne got up early one morning last week to capture the magic happening in Washington, D.C right now, those cherry blossoms are incredible! The pastel hues are inspiring me like mad. Enjoy the post, and thank you so much Yvonne for sharing your beautiful work! Read More
Bonus images from a photoshoot we worked on nearly a year ago for Volume 6, Inspired Workplace. The shoot features beautiful blooms from Coriander Girl, in Toronto, a long-standing PGM friend, and some snippets of local artist Erin Candela, who often uses Alison's blooms as inspiration. Read More
Of course, this being the first day after labour day, I can feel fall on the heels of summer, quietly settling in, fall produce starting to grace the farmers market and cool nights making me grateful for cozy quilts. Perhaps this is why I so instantly and completely fell in love with this series of fall-inspired images from Fox in the Pine, a new favourite source of inspiration, where they stayed in this two-story treehouse called the Trillium (love the windows!). The images are from Treehouse Point in Washington, a seemingly magical place meant for snuggling up under blankets with hot tea and a good book after hiking through the verdantly green and lush forest. Read More


Posted By:Celine
PGM is taking a wee bit of a holiday. It's time to go camping!!!! xo, see you next week, Celine Read More
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