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The Great Green Wall of China
Award winning filmmaker, John D. Liu, visits an extraordinary project where ecosystem based adaptation is delivering real results.
 
Make a Bentwood Chair
Ben Law describes how to construct attractive and comfortable garden chairs from small diameter coppiced roundwood.
 
Crop Protection
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Stephanie Hafferty looks at the net gains of pest and climate control as part of her food crop growing regime.
 
The Oldest Forest Garden in Britain
Graham Bell explains the different layers of his temperate food forest and how these create abundant harvests.
 
Alleviating Poverty With Permaculture
Warren Draper explains how permaculture can tackle poverty and proposes a way of acquiring the necessary skills for free.
 
Permaculture and Politics
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Mark Boyle explores how the permaculture movement can learn to read the political landscape – and why it needs rewilding.
 
THREE CHOICE TREES
Martin Crawford describes three beguiling trees that are ideal for permaculture small-holdings and gardens.
 
PHOTOGRAPHY AS AN OBSERVATION TOOL
Stuart and Gabrielle Anderson show how we can use photography as a tool for permaculture design and discovery.
 
REWILDING
Amelia Lake has looked at the pros and cons and argues that we should all embrace rewilding as a path to sustainable human existence.
 
Wild Animals and how to recognise their signs
Patrick Whitefield shares how spotting animal signs is just one aspect of how we can learn to read our landscapes and their history.
 
Pallet Bench Project
John Adams explains how to build a comfortable, two seater garden bench using only scrap pallets and a handful of screws.
 
Upcycling an Old Barn
How Stuart and Gabrielle Anderson have given new life to a 200 year old cob and stone barn using a variety of materials and techniques.
 
DIY WICKING RAISED BED
John Adams explains how to build a self-watering raised bed for free - well almost - using pallets and other scavenged materials.
 
RESTART - REPAIRING THE UNREPAIRABLE
Janet Gunther describes the Restart Project that fixes consumer electronics, those sleek minimalist boxes you aren’t meant to open!
 
THE 'FAMILY' PERMACULTURE GARDEN
Why permaculture is perfect for the urban family garden by Neil Kingsnorth.
 
7 WAYS TO THINK DIFFERENTLY
People & Permaculture author Looby Macnamara talks to Maddy Harland.
 
THE PERMACULTURE ECOLOGY OF BEES
Philip Chandler explains the difference between conventional, natural and balanced beekeeping and the need to reappraise the way we keep bees.
 
HORTICULTURAL THERAPY
An inspiring story of how permaculture can be applied to enhance the lives of even the most physically challenged, by Rozie Apps.
 
LILY COLE’S IMPOSSIBLE
Mark Boyle chats with actress, supermodel and environmentalist Lily Cole, who has set up the gift economy site, impossible.com
 
NOTES FROM A SMALL GARDEN - Part 3 – Six Years On
Wade Muggleton explains how he has adapted his limited growing space by carefully balancing what he grows with what he eats.
 
LESSONS FROM A FOREST GARDEN
Stuart Anderson visits Martin Crawford’s forest garden, learning some common mistakes and savouring the beautiful trees there.
 
SHEDDING LIGHT ON LEDs
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John Adams looks at the lighting revolution that can dramatically reduce your bills as well as being kinder to the planet.
 
LOG NOW, BURN LATER
Will Rolls suggests we should be thinking about next winter’s logs to get the hottest, most energy efficient and money saving burn from our stoves.
 
SUSTAINABLE BEEKEEPING
Monica Barlow describes the fascinating habits of the ‘superorganism’ that we call bees and explains how we can make beekeeping truly sustainable by using nature as a model.
 

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