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Sucessfuly Dealing With Drought Peppi Gauci describes a permaculture project in Malta that has transformed a windswept arid landscape into an abundant oasis.
Dryland Permaculture In Palestine Last autumn Annie Neligan visited the Marda Permaculture Project in Palestine.
Politics & Economics
Fed The World Patrick Whitefield looks at whether permaculture can feed the world whilst reducing our use of fossil fuel derived pesticides and fertilisers.
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Cover photo Sunrise in Aiako Harriak Natural Park, Spain
Regulars 20 Solutions! 21 Product Reviews 41 Permaculture News 69 GEN News 71 Letters 73 Reviews 77 Courses 83 Classified Exchange 86 Subscriptions
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