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AHOOHA |
Monday, 17th February 2014
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This first installment in a series of Free - Open Source Permaculture documentary films provides people with inspirational and educational footage of permaculture from across the world.  Seeds of Permaculture is a full length documentary featuring strategies for tropical permaculture. Filmed in...
 
George Monbiot & Sustainable Man |
Saturday, 15th February 2014
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George Monbiot explains that when wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone National Park in the United States after being absent nearly 70 years, the most remarkable 'trophic cascade' occurred. What is a trophic cascade and how exactly do wolves change rivers? Find out in this beautiful little film...
 
Rozie Apps and Oklahoma Gardening |
Thursday, 6th February 2014
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A cold frame is multifunctional - it is both useful for over-wintering plants and for early spring-sown plants. For those of us who haven't got a greenhouse, (especially a nice warm one like our editor Maddy's, who has been using her hot bin composter to keep her greenhouse above freezing all...
 
Cooking up a Story |
Wednesday, 29th January 2014
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Permaculture author and teacher, Patrick Whitefiled, discovers a new film that he finds really encouraging. It shows how permaculture principles, in this case no-till and cover crops, are being taken up by some mainstream farmers. He says, "OK, there's plenty we might not like about the system...
 
Planet Green TV |
Wednesday, 22nd January 2014
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Spring is coming to the northern hemisphere! Here's a fun and easy guide showing you how to make a guerilla gardening seed bomb. Guerilla gardening is a global regeneration movement, bringing colour and life to desolate and forgotten urban areas. You don't need a garden to participate. Those...
 
Daniel Dobbie |
Thursday, 16th January 2014
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Permaculture teacher, Patrick Whitefield, explains the importance of crop rotation, green manure's and planning. Crop rotation allows a continual supply of produce, prevents disease and keps soil healthy because beds are not left bare. Bare soil can be washed away and lose nutrients. When crop...
 
Community Solutions |
Monday, 13th January 2014
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This is the story of the Cuban people's hardship after they lost access to Soviet oil in the early 1990s. In their own words the people tell of their ingenuity and triumph over sudden adversity – through co-operation, conservation and community. It is a model of how to create a low-energy society...
 
Permaculture Magazine |
Thursday, 9th January 2014
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Our planet is seeing more and more extreme weather. Meteorologists say the storrms in the UK and the subzero temperatures in North America have been caused a 'polar vortex'. This is because of a lack of temperature variation in the Artic to the more lower regions of the Northern Hemisphere has...
 
Engineer 775 |
Monday, 6th January 2014
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How to make hot water using a thermosiphoning process. A great back up solution for when the mains electricity is down. Power outages are becoming more common. This Christmas, thousands in the UK where left for days without power, which meant many had no hot water.  This great little stove, which...
 
Transition Towns |
Saturday, 4th January 2014
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The Transition Movement have just made available free to view online their second film, In Transition 2.0. This film is an inspirational immersion in the Transition movement, gathering stories from around the world of ordinary people doing extraordinary things. There are stories of communities...
 

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