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Sebastian von Holstein |
Saturday, 15th June 2013
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Find out more about this traditional irrigation technique that uses Olla's, or clay pots to effectively and efficiently deliver water to the plants that needs them. Remember if you live in rainy climate this is a useful method for polytunnles and greenhouse. IN your live in an arid climate this...
 
Sebastian von Holstein |
Monday, 10th June 2013
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You've no doubt heard of the guerrilla gardening movement. These are the incredible, sometimes faceless people who unconditionally regenerate urban areas. Of course, permaculture often focuses on food production, but here there is also an important emphasis on aesthetics. Urban wastelands, wide...
 
Sebastian von Holstein |
Monday, 3rd June 2013
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By looking at nature's patterns, we can learn to mimic them and design sustainable systems accordingly. Aranya explains that when we do this, we are essentially looking at the earth's 3.5 billion years of research and development.  When we really spend the time to observe and understand individual...
 
Tony Wrench |
Saturday, 1st June 2013
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Tony Wrench is renowned for building low impact roundhouses with reciprocal frame roofs and cordwood walls. He and his partner are an inspiration to many individuals and communities seeking to live more sustainable lives. This video is simplified version of his book Building A Low Impact Roundhouse...
 
Daniel Dobbie |
Monday, 27th May 2013
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A second video from Patrick Whitefield giving some useful tips for the permaculture gardener. He talks us through how to make sure plants have enough water, when to add compost and mulch and when not to mulch, and when to water for the higher yields. He also gives some valuable tips about storing...
 
Daniel Dobbie |
Monday, 20th May 2013
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The UK weather is always changing. One day it's raining and the next day the sun is shining. These weather conditions have dramatic effects on the garden. In this video, Patrick Whitefield, permaculture teacher, author and gardener, explains how water and slugs go hand-in-hand. This simple video...
 
Sebastian von Holstein |
Monday, 13th May 2013
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Nobody can deny that traditional city parks are beautiful. These are lush, open spaces with trees and ponds providing small glimpses of wildlife amongst the fast paced urban stage. However, we now see ourselves in an age of energy scarcity, where natural, healthy foods are considered a luxury....
 
Rozie Apps |
Monday, 6th May 2013
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The current economic climate has made it very difficult for people to afford their own homes, especially young parents. House prices are high as are rent costs and the reliance on oil is also meaning fuel costs, food prices and the daily bills are rising. Building yourself a low impact and low cost...
 
Charles Ferguson |
Monday, 22nd April 2013
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Do you want to understand how the global financial crisis was caused but get confused by differing opinons? This film will take you through the history of the money markets and financial dergulation in the USA, Europe, and Asia, describe what happened in Iceland and explain how once trusted (and...
 
Alex Ojeda |
Monday, 15th April 2013
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Take a journey through Alex Ojeda's Zone 1 permaculture garden. Traditionally, both front and rear gardens take the form of monocultures with lawns being the preferred garden style, and even less cared for is the front garden, which people usually shy away from due to its lack of privacy. In this...
 

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