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      • January 16, 2020 Upcycle your plastics
        Upcycle your plastics We've compiled 10 of our favourite upcycle ideas that can be achieved with our plastic bottles. Plus read more about our return and refill program. Reduce plastic waste. Reimagine. Recycle. Reuse.
      • December 10, 2019 Go Aussie Produced
        Go Aussie Produced

        Supporting Australian produced products is our goal, some things are just not grown here, yet. Every year we come across new producers trying to establish oil plantations here in Australia that would typically be grown overseas. Take Camellia for example, earthYARD is proud to announce that we have the very first Australian produced Camellia oil, right here.

      • October 14, 2019 Super quick and easy DIY Deodorant
        Super quick and easy DIY Deodorant

        Natural deodorants are all the rage - there are so many fantastic products out there to try now and we love that we now have the option to change it up month to month and sometimes it's nice to just make it yourself.

        Each of the ingredients in this quick recipe are available from our store or easily found at wholefoods stores, scoop and weigh stores or your local grocer.

      • May 19, 2019 Spotlight on Pink Peppercorn
        Spotlight on Pink Peppercorn

        Take a journey down many of our beautiful country towns and you'll notice streets littered with Peppercorn trees. Funnily enough, this tree Schinus molle is not a native to Australia despite it's widespread appearance. Pink Peppercorn is actually a Peruvian native.

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