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Permanent Horticulture
Deano Martin experiments with John Jeavons’ biointensive growing methods and other aspects of permanent horticulture.
 
Making a Solar Food Dryer
John Adams describes how he made a solar food dehydrator and how it performed in a less than typical British summer.
 
Nurture and Nature
Lusi Alderslowe wanted her son to learn from nature so she set up her own Earth Education group. She explains how and why!
 
FEED THE WORLD
Patrick Whitefield looks at whether permaculture can feed the world whilst reducing our use of fossil fuel derived pesticides and fertilisers.
 
WHY PERMACULTURE NEEDS DESIGN
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Aranya explains why design is central to permaculture and how it enables us to consciously create more harmonious, low impact lives.
 
APPLIED OBSERVATION
Wade Muggleton explains why a cup of tea and a wander is a valuable daily habit for a productive garden.
 
DIY SOLAR ELECTRIC BIKES
Michel Daniek explains how to transform your humble steed into a solar powered electric bike.
 
PEOPLECARE SKILLS
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Looby Macnamara focuses on how our biggest challenge is also our greatest opportunity.
 
IS SOLAR STILL WORTH IT?
Solar photovoltaics are a big investment. Wade Muggleton and John Adams explore the financial and environmental benefits.
 
ANOTHER POLITICS IS POSSIBLE
Maddy Harland meets Britain’s only Green Member of Parliament to find out why she thinks political engagement is not only worth-while but a natural extension of being green.
 
TALE OF TRANSITION IN TEN OBJECTS
Rob Hopkins tells the story of the evolving Transition movement – a shooting star pointing to a better way of living on this planet.
 
RESKILLING FOR THE FUTURE
Practical skills such as needle and woodwork will need to be passed on if we want to survive Peak oil, argues Georgina-Kate Adams.
 
Growing With Grace
Annie Neligan describes how an innovative community growing project is reinventing itself to survive the harsh economic climate
 
How Britain Can Feed Itself
Craig Embleton investigates how much organic food could be produced in UK gardens and the environmental benefits that this would bring
 
The Percentage Game
Wade Muggleton explains how a permaculture lifestyle is more about being self reliant than trying to be self sufficient
 
DESIGNING & PLANTING A PERMACULTURE POTAGER
Vera Greutink-Ichova shows how permaculture growing can be both productive and beautiful
 
HOW TO TURN WASTE WOOD INTO BUSINESS
How one man changed the face of wood recycling in Britain, a report by Stuart Anderson
 
HOW TO MAKE HUGELKULTUR RAISED BEDS
How to make large raised beds using branches or even whole trees, with Sepp Holzer
 
If the cap FiTS
John Adams explores the down to earth reality of fitting solar photovoltaics cost effectively
 
Fruitful hedges
Vera Greutink-Ichova reveals how edges and vertical spaces can produce food where space is limited
 
Build your own sauna
Natural swimming pool builder, David Butler, explains how to make your own small-scale sauna
 
DIY Natural Swimming Pool
David Butler recounts the experience of creating his own
 
Outdoor Cooking In Winter!
Trish MacCurach extols the virtues of cooking alfresco, even in the depths of winter
 
Education For A Handmade Future
Maddy Harland explores the stunning new Woodland Classroom built by Ben Law
 

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