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Tony Rollinson |
Friday, 10th July 2015

If you are new to permaculture and want to watch a film that introduces you to the subject, or if you are well versed already but want to be inspired or show something to your friends, Inhabit is that film!

Inhabit is beautifully shot, sound tracked and paced, yet has a gritty core highlighting that things cannot go on the way they are – be it soil depletion, the use of pesticides, or our wasting of water.

 
Tony Rollinson |
Tuesday, 2nd December 2014

Alongside our daily features, news and events on the permaculture.co.uk website there are other nooks and crannies within the site that throw-up amazing contacts, some life changing opportunities (read on to find out about a tropical island that wants a permaculture designer right now!) and heaps of permaculture courses.

 
Tony Rollinson |
Thursday, 10th July 2014

Street Food is a recipe book that presents wild food as 'the new street food', where the vendors, like the food, are often outdoors and easily accessible. These foods offer dramatic, inventive tastes yet are inexpensive and no longer just the preserve of Michelin Star chefs or identikit chains.

It helps you re-imagine some of the oldest indigenous foods that you can forage from your own locale, like nettles in the UK. It shows you how to do this safely and encourages responsible harvesting.

 
Tony Rollinson |
Sunday, 24th November 2013

Since publishing Mark Boyle's book, The Moneyless Manifesto, late in 2012 (and giving away the full book online under the Creative Commons license as well as producing a paid-for print edition) we have thought a lot of about what else we can give away to help people get involved with positive, life-changing activities.

 
Tony Rollinson |
Tuesday, 23rd July 2013

The Man Who Stopped The Desert is an unmissable film. It is truly inspirational in that it shows that just one person can have a very real and hugely positive impact on their environment.

 

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