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Michael Feldmann

Oats is an ancient grain that is of Mediterranean origin. Ancient grains like oats are claimed to be more nutritious and healthier than modern grains. Recently oats became...

Michael Feldmann

Buckwheat is named after the grain's resemblance to the seeds of the beech tree and its uses being similar to those of wheat. Buckwheat is cultivated for its grain-like seeds...

Eliza Colin Hodges

It is incredible to come to a place where you feel you are held so beautifully, ways that you did not know were possible for a higher education system. This is about how the university...

Nina Kay

We spent a number of years volunteering at an assortment of permaculture projects before Dan began managing a permaculture project himself in 2017, at Ta Paranui. Since...

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Maddy Harland

COVID-19 has been an extraordinary experience, an event so incredibly difficult and at the same time surreal, in that it has forced everyone to...

Michael Feldmann

The pygmy goat is a great general-purpose goat for small farms; a pygmy goat is a small, friendly goat that can be a great pet, and only a few of them are needed for a constant supply of fresh...

Chris Lesley

Before welcoming a furry friend into your home, you must first decide what breed will be the best fit for your lifestyle. Avid joggers pair well with high-energy runners like Weimaraners, for...

Michael Feldmann

The raspberry, with its botanical name Rubus idaeus, belongs to the rose family, which includes around 3,500 species. The raspberry is a hardy, deciduous climbing shrub that come in a variety of...

Chris Lesley

Though you may not like it, preventing predation is a part of keeping chickens. With many predators (including foxes, raccoons, coyotes, weasels, badgers, snakes, hawks and rats), it is...

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Permaculture Magazine

The Permaculture Magazine Prize, launched in 2018, celebrates activists and permaculture practitioners around the world who are transforming communities and landscapes with climate change...

Pippa James

“Allow for the possibility of the seemingly impossible.” These eight words have been a kind of mantra for me the past six...

Sophie Paterson

A complete guide to straw bale building in 320 pages? It’s an ambitious task which has been put to the test by Rikki Nitzkin and Maren Termens in a 2020...

Nanaz Khosrowshahi

Greer helps readers understand the significance of a sole knitted pink heart randomly left on a public bench to symbolize peace after bombings in Sweden in...

Tony Rollinson

We Have Time is a new film with permaculture as inspiration and solution at its core. Unmissable for each of us within the permaculture community (and...

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