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Permaculture magazine |
Sunday, 15th February 2015

Permaculture magazine and Permanent Publications' parent company, Hyden House Limited, was established 25 years ago on 15th February 1990 by Tim and Maddy Harland.

Emma Bowen - Milkwood |
Friday, 13th February 2015

If you’ve been hanging out in many of Australia’s cities this last week or two, you may have noticed a lot of rain about.

Falling off roofs, gushing down gutters and along stormwater drains, those droplets that sound so glorious on a tin roof are often a...

Maddy Harland |
Thursday, 5th February 2015

The launch of The Unselfish Spirit – human evolution in a time of global crisis by Mick Collins took me to the city of Norwich last summer.

Ansel Oommen |
Friday, 23rd January 2015

In the foothills of the Himalayas in northern India, a certain tree has long graced the region with its miraculous fruit. Hanging from its wiry branches are clusters of ribbed pods, each a foot in length. These pods, or drumsticks, have attracted the...

Christopher Nesbitt |
Friday, 23rd January 2015

My partner, Celini Logan, and I manage a small NGO called Maya Mountain Research Farm in the hills of southern Belize. The farm is located 2 kilometers off road, up river from San Pedro Columbia, the largest Queq'chi Maya community in Belize, set amongst the ruins...

Joan Bailey |
Monday, 19th January 2015

For Courtney White, the power of positive thinking is no cliché.

Positive thinking, he believes, is the best foundation for finding solutions to a number of issues, such as climate change, habitat restoration, water quality, and hunger. Discovering this...

© Nick van Zupthen
Nick van Zutphen |
Wednesday, 14th January 2015

As you probably know, permaculture is often associated with a forest garden, natural fishpond or a social system, but could you design a website using those same principles?

Vision vs a goal

Marina O'Connell, Andy Goldring and Hannah Thorogood at 16 ORFC
Phil Moore |
Thursday, 8th January 2015

If ideas where food then the 2015 Oxford Real Farming (ORFC) conference was a veritable cornucopia of nourishment.