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Bart Glumineau

For several years following its official creation by Bill Mollison and David Holmgren in the late 1970s, permaculture had remained a marginal approach practiced by a small number of...

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Ed Dowding

I wrote this in reply to this Facebook status from a Green Party candidate:

"A question for all my green yet not Green friends – what might stop you voting for us? Genuinely...

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Anni Kelsey

This is one version of my 'Top 10' perennial vegetables – a version drawn up with a mixed cottage garden style planting in mind. It's really hard to choose favourites and there are...

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Ben Law

It's chestnut season in the woods again and although most will have fallen to the ground, they are still harvestable in large numbers for another month. Sweet chestnut is a late...

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Maddy Harland

This month we (Permanent Publications) are publishing The Vegan Book of Permaculture...

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Alan Jewell

Many people will, like me, have had wellies that have sprung a small leak.

I have found that most wellies will melt with heat, enabling a repair to be made.

Initially, I used a temperature...

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Phil Moore

There's a place where the gardens are back to front and where one person's shed is another one's tool box. Welcome to Hoad Terrace, where the gardens provide the stepping stones to community.

Kay,...

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Carl Legge

You know that feeling when you pick more courgettes towards the back end of the summer. More! You've eaten them raw, stuffed, sautéed, griddled, baked, on pizza, with pasta, in salads and soups and you...

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Derek Jones

This bug house uses some easily found natural materials, such as bamboo canes, pieces of wood, twigs and plant stems, to provide a range of homes for lots of different invertebrates. This project is...

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Robert Alcock

Natural cycles are circular, so why are calendars not? Robert Alcock explains why he has created a free to download and print, circular calendar/mandala for everyone to use!

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Patrick Whitefield

As a long-time teacher of permaculture, I've learned the important thing is usually not so much what you teach but what you leave out.

People learn much...

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Joan Bailey

Around the World in 80 Plants is a seed catalog on steroids: enticing descriptions (Japanese knotweed is dubbed ‘a gourmet nuisance plant’) and tantalizing...

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Don Hills

Many of us will know Glennie for her books and pamphlets exhorting us to love, honour and connect with our beautiful Earth – or, as one reviewer has put it, "to...

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Daniel C. Wahl

This book is a truly remarkable compendium of collective wisdom. It brings together a wide diversity of perspectives and it does so in true ecovillage fashion by...