Sewing Seeds Magazine
This magazine's intention is to empower us to bring sustainability into our lives.
It is the work of Jesse Donham who has courageously dedicated herself to attempting to tackle the topic of sustainability by creating a space where people can discuss concrete ways on how to start living a more conscious and sustainable life today.
Sewing Seeds is a seasonal publication, filled with seasonal recipes, foraging, fermentation, and other activities to connect us back to moving with the seasons instead of opting to convenience and consumerism.
Issue one tackles topics like, finding the recycling collection service that ensures all our items are going to the appropriate facilities that can reuse them instead of landfill, how to grow food inside office buildings, how to connect with the land in order to understand why we need to protect it, eco dyeing with food scraps and plants, painting with rock and sand pigments, the slow food movement, permaculture in a refugee camp, how to make spiral herb gardens, and how to compost.
Sixty local and international artists collaborated on this edition, notably Gideon Mendel, a seasoned photographer whose work appears on the front cover and opening and closing pages.
Printed in Melbourne on 100% post-consumer recycled paper, that is both FSC certified and carbon-neutral, using non-toxic vegetable-based inks.