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Leticia Trandafir from P3 Permaculture |
Tuesday, 23rd June 2015

P3 Permaculture chat with Emmett Brennan, the producer and assistant director of Inhabit: a Permaculture Perspective, a content-rich film exploring the importance of mimicking...

Rozie Apps |
Tuesday, 23rd June 2015

The Le Marche region in central Italy is deeply connected to its land and locality, with small-scale organic and biodynamic vineyards, agrotourisms, passionate communities and a focus on local and sustainable food. The region sits between the Adriatic Sea and the Appenine mountains that extend...

Kirsten Bradley |
Friday, 19th June 2015

Growing edibles in a vertical garden is a great space-efficient way to grow good food. But which sorts of plants work best and will thrive in this kind of system?

As with all garden design, it depends. Is your vertical garden in full sun, or full shade? Is it in a sheltered...

Hugh Ross |
Friday, 19th June 2015

Having been involved with the National Coppice Federation, (NCFed) for sometime now, and having attended the launch and the gatherings, the seminar was going to be something of a departure from the normal proceedings.

Alice Griffin |
Sunday, 14th June 2015

Arriving at the gates of our smallholding in Portugal felt wonderful. The realisation of our own space; another step on the journey we have slowly and quietly been on in recent years in our quest for an increasingly self-reliant life. For us, having our own patch of land to grow food, source our...

Dave Lane |
Tuesday, 2nd June 2015

Keystone Boys Club was formed in 1962 after the large 1891 town house building was left in trust “to the young people of Kettering”. In 2001 it became the all inclusive Keystone Youth Centre. The centre has been run by volunteer trustees for 51 years. The facility is large and comes with its own...

Rob Squires |
Wednesday, 27th May 2015

Recently I was given the task of helping Permaculture magazine find a new green Internet Service Provider (ISP) to relocate their web services. ISPs are based in data centres which are buildings rammed with servers...

Patrick Smith - Ethical Consumer |
Friday, 22nd May 2015

The temporary restriction on the use of certain neonicotinoid pesticides in the European Union in December 2013 came as a massive relief to all those concerned with the health of bees and the wider ecosystem. This was only achieved through a long and bitter struggle...