Why Permaculture Neds Design Aranya explains why design is central to permaculture and how it enables us to consciously create more harmonious, low impact lives.
Learning By Doing Nicole Vosper reports on a permaculture design programme that invites diversity and action.
10 Reasons To Do A Permaculture Course We want to encourage all of our readers to take a Permaculture Design Course: here’s why.
Fire & Wild Food Cookery Wendy Vickerman describes a school where children have a land based way of learning, much of it practical and hands on.
Applied Observation Wade Muggleton explains why a cup of tea and a wander is a valuable daily habit for a productive garden.
How To Propagate A Forest Garden Pippa Greenwood, explains how to grow your own forest garden from scratch.
Productive Polycultures On A Smal Scale Anni Kelsey explains why she grows plants all mixed together in her garden.
Designing Your Life With Permaculture Looby Macnamara describes how to become the person you have always wanted to be!
Community & Groups
Building Comunity Zoë Foster on joining a cohousing community and helping set up an energy saving project.
From Flece To Felt Rosie Hazleton explains how to dye and felt fleece while working outdoors.
Rocket Stoves In The Philippines Penelope Reyes describes how rocket stoves are saving fuel and reducing lung disease.
The Permaculture Piggery Kate Fox explains how to set up a small piggery.
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