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Emma Bowen - Milkwood |
Thursday, 26th February 2015

Allow us to point out the overwhelmingly obvious here, but how damn awesome are plants? They're satisfying to grow, super delicious to eat, and of course also perform a whole host of tasks that keep our planet humming.

But wait, there's more. Another side of their beauty really shines...

Graham Burnett |
Thursday, 26th February 2015

I believe that the Permaculture Design Course offers very good value for money, and is a worthwhile investment for individuals, projects and organisations.

Permaculture magazine |
Wednesday, 25th February 2015

Mark Boyle is better known as the Moneyless man. He lived over three years without earning or spending a penny. Now he has co-founded a community smallholding with free workshops, free education and free booze!

Based in Ireland, An Teach Saor, Gaellic for 'the free house', is a...

Javan K. Bernakevitch |
Tuesday, 24th February 2015

There is only one week to go until the Permaculture Voices Conference in San Diego, USA. Are you ready?

Peter Barnett |
Tuesday, 24th February 2015

In May 2014 the Green Party of England & Wales had  just 15,000 members. Today they have 54,000 (not including members in Scotland or Northern Ireland). Bigger than UKIP and the Liberal Democracts, the Green Party still struggles to get serious media coverage and is often left out...

Kirsten - Milkwood |
Friday, 20th February 2015

Think making your own aquaponics setup would be too hard and costly? Think again my friends. Here's a straightforward and easy way to grow some waterwise greens in your home system.

We made this super easy and downright cheap aquaponics system for the 107 Rooftop Garden in Redfern, Sydney...

Roslynn Brain, Tamara Steinitz, and Emily Niehaus |
Thursday, 19th February 2015

"Permaculture is too eccentric... it won't gain enough momentum here." This was the response we received from select colleagues and administrators at Utah State University (USU) in Logan, Utah, USA, when our team proposed implementing a permaculture teaching garden on the main campus.

Ducks in Permaculture
James Reid |
Tuesday, 17th February 2015

Reading the above quote made us want to acquire some ducks here at Tap o’ Noth Permaculture in Aberdeenshire, NE Scotland. The idea of using the natural foraging instincts of ducks to rid our kitchen garden of slugs and snails by encouraging them to browse, was very appealing.