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Drew Dellinger

Fifty years ago, humans left Earth’s orbit for the first time, travelled far enough to bend the horizon into a circle, and saw the planet as it looks from space: the Whole...

Graham Truscott

There’s a story that runs along the lines of a wise woman (or possibly man or person of transgender) being asked what she was planning to do the following day.

The response,...

Laura Pardoe - Field Fresh Skincare

I was thrilled to be invited by Permanent Publications to the Weleda Insight Day – an invitation made to all readers of Permaculture Magazine. It proved a day to surpass expectations....

Permaculture Magazine

We're excited to announce the launch of the second Permaculture Magazine Prize.

The Permaculture Magazine Prize 2019 is launched with a fund of £25,000 donated by several...

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Maddy Harland

In his extraordinary book, The Spell of the Sensuous, about First Nation cultures and their active relationships with animals, plants and natural phenomena (mountains, rivers...

Margene Whitler Hucek

Swiss chard is a beet that yields large leaves and crunchy stalks rather than an edible root. Long after heat-sensitive spinach and lettuces have bolted and gone to seed, Swiss chard is at...

Gary Parker

There are already plenty of articles out there which describe how to create the perfect, sustainable timber building for your permaculture garden. But there are fewer articles that deal with renovating or...

Lusi Alderslowe

The Children in Permaculture project has written many different session plans and activities that can help adults to engage children in permaculture...

Terroir Seeds, Mother Earth News

Using milk on your compost and in your garden will probably come as a surprise to most. Upon closer inspection, however, it starts to make sense. The amino acids, proteins, enzymes and natural sugars that...

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Permaculture Magazine

Egni Co-op, a community renewable energy charity in South Wales, has secured the feed in tariff subsidy for 250 rooftop solar panels, which could create over 5,000kW.

Lorenzo Costa

This book is needed by all small backyard gardeners and small-scale farmers. There are a lot of books exploring worm-farming, brief chapters in gardening...

Andy Polkey

Despite being quite compact, Edible Paradise covers its subject matter thoroughly and with an impressive level of detail. It’s relevant to and...

Maddy Harland

Where is our home and how do we travellers in space and time find our way back to it? That is Mark Boyle’s lifetime quest and this is the latest episode in his...

Rachael Mairey

What an inspirational book! This really is a bible for both seasoned gardeners and those at the beginning of their journey. Vera wastes no time: as soon as you open...

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