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A SHARE OF THE EARTH
Hellen Trussell describes her life on a Scottish organic farm which runs a successful Community Supported Agriculture scheme.
 
GROWING GRAPES OUTDOORS
Fruit artisan, Clive Simms, gives advice on how to grow and prune healthy, hardy grapes for the table.
 
STEALING THE SHOW
How a strawbale house in Ireland was built in no time at all, with little money, and stole the show at a homes and gardens festival. Rob Hopkins reports.
 
GARDENING A COMMUNITY
Dr Paul Benham describes the transformation of bare fields into a thriving market garden and educational centre in Wales.
 
LIVING AMONGST THE TREES
Dan Mills reports on a low impact, sustainable living and educational project in a Devon Community woodland.
 
A HOME IN THE WOODS
Can 30 acres of woodland support two people and offer a happy, sustainable lifestyle? Wade Muggleton investigates.
 
ROMANS & BRITONS
Peter Nicholls describes the joys and challenges of forest gardening.
 
GROWING PERENNIAL VEGETABLES
Dreaming of permanent plantings? Andrew Trussell tells you how.
 
SELLING OUT!
Grower, Paul Jennings, weighs up the pros and cons of veggie boxes versus farmers' markets.
 
TAKING REFUGE IN PERMACULTURE
Andrew Bradford explains how a United Nations refugee camp in Macedonia became one of Europe’s high profile permaculture projects.
 
THE GENTLE ART OF GROWING VEGETABLES
Patrick Whitefield explains how he decides what to plant and where.
 
THE MARTIAL ART OF GROWING
The third and final part in Jon Taylor’s popular series about no-dig market gardening, describes his method of crop rotation.
 
UNUSUAL VEGETABLES
How to grow and prepare Kate McEvoy's favourite edible plants.
 
TREE PLANTING
Wade Muggleton explains his three point rule for successful tree planting.
 
BUILDING A TREEBOG
Yearning to build a beautiful, willow walled compost toilet? Originator, Jay Treebough, answers Frequently Asked Questions.
 
THE MARTIAL ART OF GROWING
No dig growing: Holy Grail or practical option for market gardening? Jon Taylor explains the pros and cons of this method in the first of three articles.
 
CUBA TURNS OVER A NEW LEAF
Stephanie Greenwood recounts how this oil starved country converted to organic agriculture almost overnight and went permacultural.
 
A FERTILE JOURNEY
Sandi Masson describes her permaculture journey to her spiritual home on the West coast of Scotland.
 
MYCOTOPIA!
Richard Edwards describes his diversified rural business which yields both food and cash for 20 hours work a week.
 
BARKING UP THE WRONG TREE
Eucalyptus plantations and the plastic 'corq' are replacing a form of sustainable agriculture. Siobhan Mitchell describes the devastating impact on both people and rare creatures in Portugal.
 
HOPE SPRINGS ETERNAL
Juliet Jenkins makes an impassioned plea to restore wetlands and develop sustainable aquaculture to benefit both people and planet.
 
THE BALCONY
A very practical look at growing food on balconies by designer, Michael Guerra.
 
SYNERGISTIC GARDEN: PART 3
In the last in her series, Emilia Hazelip gives a basic plan that all gardeners can adapt to achieve soil 'autofertility', Fukuoka fashion.
 
CHICKEN FORAGE SHRUBS
Patrick Whitefield looks at two useful plants for a classic permaculture idea.
 

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