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From Edible Cities: Urban permaculture for garden, balconies, rooftops and beyond
Richard Register & Sven Eberlein |
Sunday, 25th August 2013

SE: How much closer are we today to widespread use of ecocity principles than we were 40 years ago?

El hombre que frenó el desierto - Filming Exodus
Permaculture Magazine |
Thursday, 22nd August 2013

Permaculture: Mark, cuéntales a nuestros lectores quien eres, que hiciste en el pasado y cómo descubriste esta extraordinaria historia sobre Yacouba Sawadogo 

Soy un cineasta de películas independiente, basado en Inglaterra. Por más de 20...

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Jackie Cooper |
Wednesday, 21st August 2013

I have a medicinal garden with over 70 plants, which I harvest to make many of my own medicines. I have just wandered in through the arch of prayer flags to be confronted by Boris, my often annoyed Buff Orpington cockerel with Horsetail caught up in his feet...

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Zion Lights |
Sunday, 18th August 2013

There are few misunderstood words to rival that of 'geoengineering', large-scale human intervention to change the Earth's climate system. Contrary to popular belief, geoengineering is not a new idea - the Ancient Greeks and the Roman Empire sought to control the...

Jackie's Medicinal Garden
Jackie Cooper |
Wednesday, 14th August 2013

As the law stands, anyone can set up in business as a Medical Herbalist. Indeed Medical Herbalists have been treating their patients for thousands of years without formal regulation.

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Juliet Kemp |
Monday, 12th August 2013

Growing things is great, but if you're lucky, you may also face the question of what to do with them. In most cases, in a small space, you'll not be able to keep up with eating what you produce as you produce it, most of the time.

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Chris Hope |
Sunday, 11th August 2013

The carrot is a plant primarily known for its sweet and tender cultivated roots but you can also use the other, largely forgotten parts of the plant that have a long history of culinary and medicinal use, stretching back hundreds of years.