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Summer 2000 (PM 24)
WALKING LIGHTLY
Erica French describes how low impact life on the road (horses, goat and chickens included) as a travelling farm worker.
 
THE MARTIAL ART OF GROWING
No dig growing: Holy Grail or practical option for market gardening? Jon Taylor explains the pros and cons of this method in the first of three articles.
 
CUBA TURNS OVER A NEW LEAF
Stephanie Greenwood recounts how this oil starved country converted to organic agriculture almost overnight and went permacultural.
 
A FERTILE JOURNEY
Sandi Masson describes her permaculture journey to her spiritual home on the West coast of Scotland.
 
BOURNE TO BE WILD
Forest gardening easy? Keith Martin tells the story of his garden, warts 'n' all, and gives advice on plants to encourage or avoid.
 
SUSTAINABLE HOUSING IN SOMERSET
Somerset is leading the way forward in innovative eco-housing. Steve Charter, a permaculturist involved in developing this initiative, defines sustainable housing and reports on built examples.
 
TOWARDS A SACRED SOCIETY
Uncovering the clutter. Part two of the story of a New Zealand eco-villiage. Robina McCurdy describes the invisible community structures that have created ways of resolving conflict.
 
NOTES FROM SHUTAWAY QUARRY
Sculptor and eco-builder, Jack Everett, describes how he turned a disused quarry into a mixed woodland with self-built dwellings for his family of five.
 
PERMACULTURE GOES ALBANIAN
How did a mountainous area take to permaculture and how did its people cope with the influx of refugees from war-torn Kosova? Teofik Fugarini, an Albanian agricultural adviser for Oxfam, tells us how.
 
YEOMAN'S FOLLIES
Mr. Yeoman hits the bottle with a DIY micro-climate container that created some intoxicating results.
 
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