Advertisement
Autumn 1999 (PM 21)
TAKING TO THE HILLS
Emma Chapman, intrepid permaculture reporter, describes a fine example of permaculture design in Scotland.
 
RETURN OF THE NATIVE
Paul Kendall, from Trees For Life, reports on the replanting of the Caledonian Forest in Scotland and why the wilderness is so important.
 
HEART, PLACE & CHILDREN
Christopher Day and Penina Finger describe ways to create rooms with 'heart' to benefit our children.
 
SAXON LODGE – A GARDEN OF THE SENSES
The story of a very special community garden which combines permaculture with horticultural therapy.
 
RENEWABLE POWER IN THE CITY
Roving reporter, Howard Johns, explores 'green' energy options for urban dwellers.
 
MAKE YOUR OWN SLOW COOKER
Clear instruction and step by step photos – definitely no sticky back plastic required.
 
REMARKABLE REEDMACE
Author, Patrick Whitfield, describes a most promising plant for farm-scale aquaculture.
 
GARLIC CHICKEN
Anitra Harris explains why garlic is especially useful for a healthy flock.
 
PERMACULTURE IN MALAWI
What's happening in Malawi? June Walker tells us about the development of an indigenous form of African permaculture.
 
COMMUNITY CASH
Credit Unions are a powerful tool for community development. Nicette Ammar explains just why.
 
REDSIGNING MONEY – Part 3
In the last article in our search for a sustainable economy, John Cant goes back to the grass roots with a story about a grocery store and its impact on a community.
 
YEOMAN'S FOLLIES
Irrepressible experimenter, John Yeoman, confesses pyrotechnic antics with Tory author's paperback tomes. Do not attempt this at home!
 
Advertisement