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Autumn 2001 (PM 29)
WHEN PERMACULTURE STRIKES
Patrick Whitefield tells you how to get started and permaculture your life – even if you don't have a garden.
 
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.
 
PEMBROKESHIRE, PLANNING & OTHER ACTS OF FAITH
Tony Wrench sends in an update on his latest planning judgement and tells us about the joys of low impact life in Wales.
 
PERMACULTURE AND THE FUTURE OF FARMING
Do truly sustainable methods of farming really exist? Dr John Zarb examines the virtues of small-scale farming and describes some great examples from around the world.
 
THE TOP & BOTTOM OF GARDENING IN AUTUMN
There is much to harvest and prepare in the herb garden before the frosts. Christina Stapley gives tips and advice for fruitful harvest.
 
A STORM IN A TEACUP?
Intrepid traveller, John Taylor, describes his favourite piece of kit on a winter walking trip across the Pyrenees.
 
A GREENER WAY TO GO
Funerals need not be an impersonal trip to the crematorium, but can be an important and healing ritual in natural surroundings. Ginny Hardy explains the option of natural burial.
 
GARDENING THE SELF
Ella and Andy Portman explore the vital relationship between working on ourselves and working on the land harmoniously and how we can reconnect with nature.
 
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