Time has come to combine walks with spring harvest. Not only is it a good way to boost immunity but also avoid a visit to the supermarket -- no need to buy packed lettuce, chef Ritvars Toms Logins told Latvian Radio 5 broadcast Piecas garšas.
April 10 and 11 have been designated Spring Bird Days, when everyone is invited to go out into nature, to see and hear birds and testing their identification skills, according to Aiga Priede, a representative of the Nature Protection Board (DAP).
On February 1, 2022, Latvia should start operating a deposit system. Latvian Television's broadcast Vides fakti (Environmental Facts) explored what is being done about it and whether Latvia will achieve it on time.
Annual appeals to the public not to burn off last year's grass in so-called "kūla" fires appeared to have fallen on deaf ears again with the State Fire and Rescue Service (VUGD) reporting March 28 that it had to attend 76 grass fires during the preceding 24-hour period.
On Tuesday, March 16, the Housing and Environment Committee of Rīga City Council decided to allow the municipal water company “Rīgas ūdens” (Rīga's water) to liquidate its subsidiary “Aqua Riga”, which has been engaged in the production of pre-packed drinking water since 2012.
Latvians are notoriously passionate about mushrooms. Insignificant obstacles, like the winter, cannot stop them. Some edible fungi grow also in winter weather, Latvian Television's broadcast 'Vides fakti' reported March 2.