log in register


Becky Northey |
Thursday, 30th January 2014

The desire to live with trees is part of being human. This longing is planted deep in our consciousness, and open meadows surrounded by trees with running water is our preferred habitat. The concept of shaping trees appears in literature and art, with the earliest known painting by...

El Avion Restaurant and Bar
Gail Harland |
Monday, 27th January 2014

When the C-123 was shot down over Nicaragua in 1986 by the Sandinista guerillas, it left behind an American owned sister plane. This Fairchild C-123 was a part of one of the biggest political scandals in the 1980s.

Flo Scott |
Friday, 24th January 2014

Three years ago I was diagnosed with Lupus SLE, an auto-immune disease where the immune system becomes overactive and starts attacking healthy tissues, resulting in painful muscles, tendons, joints and nerves. I am lucky in that so far it has not attacked any of my organs, but like...

Mari Korhonen |
Sunday, 19th January 2014

As its end of the season highlight in October, Vale da Lama (VDL) – a permaculture farm and educational centre located in the Algarve, on the south coast of Portugal – hosted two courses: a permaculture teacher training and a full Permaculture Design Course (PDC) with Rosemary Morrow...

Brett Scott |
Friday, 17th January 2014

The ecological systems of our planet are linked to every aspect of our daily lives. All the goods we consume are created from the earth's resources, through mining, deforestation and various other industries that extract materials, frequently whilst causing environmental destruction.

Chris Bird |
Monday, 13th January 2014

"There aren't many permaculture design courses that start with a tour of Che Guevara's bedroom," said Ron Berzan as we peered into the dark cave where Che Guevara slept during the Cuban missile crisis and returned to train before his ill fated journey to Bolivia. 

Iris Coates |
Saturday, 11th January 2014

WWOOF started as a Working Weekend On an Organic Farm in 1971 and 42 years on, it is going back to its roots with a working weekend in Todmorden, West Yorkshire.

Mulching pathways
Elin L Duby, PRI-Kenya |
Wednesday, 8th January 2014

Julie lives on Rusinga Island. She is a woman, a mother, a farmer and a widow. Her husband died in 2002, leaving her with a half built house, only rough walls and no roof. Though her children were well educated they did not manage to find a job and were unable to support their mother.