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Summer 2002 (PM 32)
SERENDIPITY & THE ART OF ACQUISITION
Lliam Rooney tells us how good fortune and community spirit transformed a bramble plot into his personal paradise garden.
 
PLANTING A NEW WOODLAND Part 1
Patrick Whitefield takes a look at what to consider when designing and planting a wood.
 
BUILDING WITH STRAW BALES Part 1
Barbara Jones gives a detailed appraisal of straw bale building in a damp climate.
 
LIVING STREETS
Ben Plowden explains why walking is an essential strategy for reviving urban areas.
 
THE CAPPUCCINO FEARS
Guy Dauncey examines whether coffee could be a key to global change.
 
NEVER TOO YOUNG
Louise Macnamara tells us how she encourages her kids to garden and become happy, budding permacul- turists.
 
TURNING OUR FARM AROUND
Can two city people turn a medium sized organic farm into a viable enterprise? Mark and Lorraine Stanton tell their story.
 
WORMING AWAY at Bolivia’s Problems
Sarah Lagden helps to turn rubbish into an organic resource in a challenging South American landscape.
 
ECOVILLAGE ENTERPRISE
Agnieszka Komoch describes how members in one established community support themselves and create links with the wider world.
 
CREDIT WHERE CREDIT’S DUE
Time banks encourage active citizenship. Researcher, Colin Williams, examines whether the idea can spread further afield.
 
ANCIENT SOLUTIONS
Dave Clark discovers the Ancients’ ingenious strategies for harvesting rainwater on the coast of the Dead Sea.
 
THE ART OF DWELLING
Artists in Wales have escaped the monochrome confines of the gallery and taken to the hills!
 
WILDERNESS REGENERATION Part 1
Chris Dixon describes the principles behind natural regeneration and how to encourage healthy self-sustaining land.
 
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