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Rory Prendergast |
Sunday, 30th March 2014

Sandor Katz, do-it-yourself food activist and author of Wild Fermentation and The Art of Fermentation is embarking on a tour of British culinary and lifestyle festivals.

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Rozie Apps |
Saturday, 29th March 2014

Turn your light off for one hour!

Earth Hour is a worldwide movement organised by the WWF. People from across the globe turn their lights of as symbol of their commitment to the planet.

All around the world, in homes, offices and famous landmarks,...

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Rory Prendergast |
Thursday, 27th March 2014

If you love sustainable living, delicious food and talks from celebrity chefs and permaculture experts, you will want to attend The Edible Garden Show this weekend at London's Alexandra Palace...

Rory Prendergast |
Monday, 24th March 2014

Anni Kelsey's first book Edible Perennial Gardening is receiving great reviews from some eminent people such as permaculture author, Patrick Whitefield, Agroforestry Research Trust founder, Martin Crawford and the edible forest gardener, Eric...

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,