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Spring 2001 (PM 27)
A STRATEGY FOR SUSTAINABILITY
Tony Wrench invites us to imagine a sustainable landscape in 2010 and urges us to all start making the necessary changes now.
 
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.
 
LETS GET IT RIGHT!
Colin C. Williams reports on a three year study into the effectiveness of Local Economic Trading Schemes (LETS) and how to make them even better.
 
THE NATIONAL TRUST'S NEW ECO-CENTRE
Take a trip to the Trust's most innovative centre at Studland bay, Dorset with David Kemp.
 
EIGHT BALES HIGH
How to build a straw bale, reciprocal framed structure Jack Everett style.
 
TO PLOUGH OR NOT TO PLOUGH?
What are the effects of ploughing on global climate change and is organic farming sustainable? Mark Fisher reports.
 
THINK FRUIT FIRST
Patrick Whitefield explains how easy it is to grow fruit, even in a small garden and for people on the move, and recommends his favorite varieties.
 
SPRING HARVEST
Herbalist, Christina Stapley, presents delicious recipies from the Springtime garden.
 
TURF'S UP
The art and science of DIY turf roofing with Tony Wrench.
 
YEOMAN'S FOLLIES
Fancy growing veg in old socks? Yeoman presents the alternative approach to organic hydrophonics, women's underwear included.
 
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