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David Pagan Butler |
Tuesday, 14th October 2014
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Natural swimming pools are beautiful, clean and wildlife friendly.  Here we visit Ben Law's stunning pool, tucked away in his woodland. Not only is this pool natural, self-cleaning and chemical free, but Ben has used larch from the surrounding woodland to create the main shape plus the decking and...
 
George Monbiot |
Friday, 10th October 2014
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George Monbiot's talk at COIN (Climate Outreach Information Network) in Oxford where he explains how Great Whales sequester huge amounts of carbon in our oceans and why restoring their numbers is one 'rewilding' strategy in the whole picture of ecosystem restortation. This is a vital part of...
 
Daniel Dobbie |
Wednesday, 1st October 2014
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On Patrick Whitefield's final residential Permaculture Design Course, he explains 'original' permaculture as opposed to 'design' permaculture. Patrick explains how Bill Mollison and David Holmgren from Australia were inspired by the contrast between natural ecosystems and man-made agriculture. How...
 
Markus Rothkranz |
Friday, 26th September 2014
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Foraging for wild food provides a huge range of delectable delights as well as bringing us closer to nature and more in tune with the seasons. Many of us have foraged for blackberries, sloes, elderberries, dandelion, nuts and much more, but here Katrina Blair, founder of the wild food cafe at...
 
TED Talks |
Friday, 5th September 2014
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Shubhendu Sharma is an industrial enginner, who used to work for a well known car company. Now he makes mini forests - everywhere. Whilst at the car company, Shubhendu met Akira Miyawaki who was brought in to grow a forest in the factory to make it carbon neutral. Shubhendu was so fascinated, he...
 
Brighton Permaculture |
Thursday, 28th August 2014
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The tree planting season will soon be with us. How you plant your fruit tree can make the difference between it surviving and thriving or being stunted or even dying. So here is a great video from Brighton Permaculture showing exactly how to plant a fruit tree step by step. All you need to know...
 
ISEC |
Wednesday, 30th July 2014
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The movement for localization is growing rapidly, worldwide. It involves developing local food, renewable energy, economic solutions that can be replicated, local knowlege systems, local spiritual traditions and stopping the removal of trade treaties that encourage companies like Monsanto, Walmart...
 
Toby Hemenway |
Friday, 25th July 2014
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Toby Hemenway, permaculture teacher and author of Gaia's Garden: A Guide to Home-Scale Permaculture explains how nature's systems should be replicated in all aspects of our lives. One example Toby explores is using natural systems within building. Currently, we use materials that fade, leak and...
 
Darren Doherty |
Wednesday, 23rd July 2014
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Darren Doherty is a globally recognised teacher of regenerative agriculture. His team has been involved nearly 2,000 broadacre projects across close to 50 countries and Darren is the originator of the RegenAG and Regrarians course series across Europe, the Americas and Oceania. Here he explains the...
 
Eric Toensmeier |
Friday, 18th July 2014
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"Perennial polycultures are the building blocks to an edible forest garden," Eric Toensmeier explains. So here he gives his tips to create your own polycultures in your garden. The basis to a good polyculture is to have edible food plants and perennial support plants which can then benefit the...
 

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