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Winter 2001 (PM 30)
THE ART OF PERMACULTURE GARDENING
Patrick white introduces the art of low maintenance, highly productive polycultures.
 
TRANSPORTS OF DELIGHT
David Henshaw explores an exiting range of alternatives to the car.
 
NOT A RIB TO SPARE IN THE GARDEN OF EDEN
Sculptor and low impact builder, Jack Everett, describes a very special shelter he built at the Eden Project, Cornwall.
 
VEGETABLES IN CLOVER
Patrick Whitefield reports on an innovative research project that could revolutionise organic gardening.
 
MAIZE, ClOVER AND BEANS – SPANISH STYLE
A successful vegetable growing combination by Michael Guerra.
 
CONFRONTING THE GIANT
Charlotte Philcox reports on the brave struggles against the GM giant undertaken by two very different farmers.
 
YOU CAN WITH A CANT
Ben Law describes his life in the woods and how to make a living, illustrated by a feast of woody photographs!
 
HOME EDUCATION
School's out forever for Kim Dale's family!
 
URBAN RENAISSANCE
Hugh Warwick visits Barry Watson at Becontree Organic Growers and finds life after Ford in Essex, permaculture style.
 
PARADISE OR DESERT?
Andy Wallace alerts us to an ancient and elegant irrigation system in Southern Spain which is threatened by golf and modern horticulture.
 
CROP ROTATION
The myths of this organic holy grail by Andrew Trussell, with tongue firmly in cheek!
 
BIODESRADABLE POWER SUPPLY
Peter Bane describes Jean Pain's revolutionary form of energy generation.
 
YEOMAN'S FOLLIES
John Yeoman is back by popular demand with his three cardinal sins of gardening.
 
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