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spring 2002 (PM 31)
SIMPLE WAYS TO REDUCE YOUR ECO-FOOTPRINT... even in a city
Judith Hanna tells us how she fits permaculture into a normal, busy, London-based life without donning sackcloth.
 
THE ART OF PERMACULTURE GARDENING
How to design a healthy, robust and productive garden with Patrick Whitefield.
 
ECO CENTRICITY
Max Lindegger describes how a model ecocentre was built at Crystal Waters Village.
 
GETTING INTO HOT WATER
Want to build your own efficient solar hot water panels? Dave Darby tells how.
 
DESIGNING WITH LIGHT
Architect, Christopher Day, explores the relationship between our health, wellbeing and natural light in the built environment.
 
FOREST GARDENING IN TENERIFE
Carlo Davis describes the challenges and fruits of his experiences on his own patch of ‘paradise’, a subtropical forest farm.
 
THE SIMPLE ART OF MAKING AN EARTH OVEN
A step-by-step guide to making beautiful, outdoor ovens by builder and sculptor, Kiko Denzer, almost for free.
 
FRIENDLY FOODS
Herbalist, Christina Stapley, explores whether good companions in the garden should stay together in the kitchen.
 
WE STARTED A HOUSING CO-OP!
Paul Paine tells how he and some friends found a fantastic property ripe for permaculturing and started a new life.
 
TALKIN’ ‘BOUT MY GENERATION
Tom Cousins takes a journey into bureaucracy and the National Grid and turns his findings into art.
 
IT’S A BEAUTIFUL DAY
The joys of community life in the depths of rural Dorest with volunteer, Jessie Matcham.
 
WILD HEALTH
How wildlife can teach us some intriguing health care lessons by author, Cindy Engel.
 
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