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Permaculture magazine |
Wednesday, 19th March 2014

Permaculture hits the mainstream this week, with an extol from Bez, from the Happy Mondays.

Our assistant editor, Rozie Apps has been speaking to Bez who is passionate about permaculture, anti-fracking and GM crops.

"Permaculture is about health and...

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Permaculture magazine |
Tuesday, 18th March 2014

The village of Buckler's Hard on the banks of the Beaulieu river in Hampshire, will become a centre for teaching and studying ship building, beginning with the construction of a timber workshop.

Permaculture magazine |
Tuesday, 25th February 2014

A live and interactive webcast with a focus on answers, not problems, on Thursday 27th March 2014.

Embrace The Change is about changing our world for the better. With two events, Embrace the Change aim to show everyone that we can all change the future,...

Rob Hopkins |
Friday, 14th February 2014

To Jamie Angus, the Editor, Today Programme.

Dear Jamie,

Julian Rose and Jadwiga Lopata |
Wednesday, 5th February 2014

Here in Poland, the battle to save Polish farmland from corporate buy-outs' continues. But that's not all the Polish farmers are up against. Tractors have been blockading government institutions since 14th January, 2014.

Reusing and restoring
Transition Town Totnes |
Tuesday, 4th February 2014

Local charity Refurnish Devons' new social enterprise The ReStore, is looking for volunteers to help with jobs as diverse as repainting a 1930s wardrobe to making soft toys from old jumpers.

Permaculture Magazine |
Friday, 31st January 2014

A test project to use bioremediation with mushrooms to clean up the Oregon waterways in America, is underway.

Bioremediation uses organisms to remove or neutralise pollutants in an area. In this project, the organism is mycelium.

Mycelium has amazing...

Mark Boyle |
Tuesday, 28th January 2014

David Holmgren, co-originator of permaculture, recently spoke out about the necessity to move towards "largely non-monetary household and local community economies" in his widely discussed recent article, 'Crash on Demand'.