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Reviews

Maddy Harland |
Wednesday, 1st December 2021
When I first read about Jem Bendell’s Deep Adaptation work I didn’t want to face the possibility that humanity would not draw back from the brink of climate catastrophe. I wanted to believe we have the solutions on hand and that growing mass... more
 
Tomas Remiarz |
Friday, 19th November 2021
This is a fantastic all round introduction to orchards, packed with guidance on all subjects you might ask about when planning or managing an orchard. Full of orchard lore and common sense advice, it’s practical, easy to follow and a joy to read,... more
 
Graham Burnett |
Monday, 4th October 2021
Events over the last year or so have shown that the old ‘Business as Usual’ food production and supply model needs to change and any ‘New Normal’ will mean re-localising on every scale, including learning to grow more produce in our own gardens,... more
 
Stephanie Hafferty |
Thursday, 29th July 2021
Byther Farm is a feast for all the senses! I visited there during the summer of 2020 and was blown away by the gorgeous abundance and vitality of this deliciously diverse garden. Liz makes the most of every space, producing enough food to provide... more
 
Katie Shepherd |
Wednesday, 19th May 2021
I’ve been really looking forward to reading this inspiring sounding new book from permaculture-focused garden designer and educator, Anna Locke. And it hasn’t disappointed.  Anna has taken the concept of forest gardening and created a beautiful,... more
 
Linda Gruchy |
Friday, 16th April 2021
When I saw a request for reviews of this book on Facebook, I jumped at the chance of an advanced review copy because this is exactly what I am intending to achieve in my own garden. I am reassured to find that starting out by staring out of the... more
 
Pippa James |
Wednesday, 10th February 2021
“Allow for the possibility of the seemingly impossible.” These eight words have been a kind of mantra for me the past six months. They have supported me in being able to move forward with manifesting my own vision for the future I would like to... more
 
Sophie Paterson |
Thursday, 19th November 2020
A complete guide to straw bale building in 320 pages? It’s an ambitious task which has been put to the test by Rikki Nitzkin and Maren Termens in a 2020 English-language update to their 2016 second edition of Casas de Paja: Una Guia para... more
 
Nanaz Khosrowshahi |
Monday, 9th November 2020
Greer helps readers understand the significance of a sole knitted pink heart randomly left on a public bench to symbolize peace after bombings in Sweden in 2011.    Even if you have a lukewarm stance towards crafting or activism you will learn... more
 
Tony Rollinson |
Thursday, 5th November 2020
We Have Time is a new film with permaculture as inspiration and solution at its core. Unmissable for each of us within the permaculture community (and beyond) and a great educational tool. In 2019, thousands of young Belgians held weekly... more
 

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