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Nick Gosman

A morning stroll through the greenwood in early Spring reminds us that even in our crowded little island, where much of the land is managed or farmed, we are surrounded by vibrant...

James Frances White

Over the past few years it has become clear that plants are able to extract nutrients directly from soil microorganisms in their roots. This nutrient extraction process was...

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...

Joanne Walby

The garden hose rose like a king cobra. A jet of water surged through it and splashed my ankles before I wrestled it toward a parched pear tree. As a new volunteer at Seattle’s...

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Maddy Harland

I have always been blessed with privilege. I grew up in a family with two parents, with a dad who gave up his nationality of birth to become British and subsequently had a very...

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...

Karen Noon

After having felled a diseased Lawsons cypress in the middle of our front garden that was planted in the late 1970s, I started to design a useable growing space to replace the tree and the large patch of...

Laura Pardoe - Field Fresh Skincare

One of the first plants that appears in abundance in the spring is Cleavers.

It’s as if nature is predicting our needs and providing for them, as Cleavers are wonderful for cleansing – inside and...

Suzi Martineau, TreeSisters

As women-led global reforestation charity TreeSisters prepare to launch their worldwide...

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Permaculture Magazine

Permaculture educator, author and practitioner, Rosemary Morrow has won the Alumni Award for International Achievement by The University of Sydney.

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...

Rosemary Blenkinsop

This unique and exquisitely illustrated book is an anthem of love to our native British trees, with a detailed focus on thirteen...

Anthony Powell

What do you do with an inherited farm that makes a loss year after year?

This was the problem facing Isabella and...

Kt Shepherd

I was really pleased to be asked to review Vital Skincare by Laura Pardoe. It’s not actually a title I’d personally pick...

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