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Sarah Queblatin, Green Releaf Initiative

“What if we changed the narrative of Disaster Risk Reduction or DRR, into that of Design for Resilience and Regeneration?”

This is what inspires our design...

Sustainable Beekeeping and Human Development

Our purpose is to promote achievement of sustainable human development for the vulnerable and disadvantaged communities in the present and for future generations.  

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Rozie Apps

“While Earth has survived radical climactic changes and regenerated following mass extinctions, it’s not the destruction of Earth...

Rozie Apps - Permaculture Magazine

If you've been reading Permaculture Magazine, you'll know that permaculture offers the tools for small and large-scale ecosystem restoration. 

The planet's ecosystems are being...

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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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Mukti Mitchell

Low carbon living expert Mukti Mitchell explores the positive impacts of the pandemic and how we can continue to tread more lightly on the planet once lockdown ends.

Katie Shepherd

I’ve been really looking forward to reading this inspiring sounding new book from permaculture-focused garden designer and educator, Anna Locke. And it...

Linda Gruchy

When I saw a request for reviews of this book on Facebook, I jumped at the chance of an advanced review copy because this is exactly what I am intending to achieve...

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...

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