Keith Kirby |
Friday, 17th July 2015

An introduction for the new woodland owner written by experts in a friendly style, dealing with basic issues from site boundaries, site access, to how you...

Tim Green |
Monday, 13th July 2015

As with many permaculture and sustainable living books, the wealth of beautiful glossy photographs in The Community-Scale Permaculture Farm ...

Tony Rollinson |
Friday, 10th July 2015

If you are new to permaculture and want to watch a film that introduces you to the subject, or if you are well versed already but want...

Anni Kelsey |
Monday, 6th July 2015

This beautifully presented book covers over 100 useful trees from commonplace fruit such as apples and pears to the exotic sounding date plum and golden...

Emma Postill |
Monday, 15th June 2015

After spending a thoroughly enjoyable three days at my first Hay Festival, I’m already looking forward to returning next year. The combination of stimulating talks within relaxing...

John Adams |
Sunday, 14th June 2015

Having a Japanese Professional Ryoba Saw in my armoury of woodworking tools has proved very useful on a number of occasions.

Jackie Bridgen |
Tuesday, 2nd June 2015

We took a trip to the Green Scythe Fair (Sunday 15th June 2014) at Thorney Lakes on the Somerset Levels after years of wanting to visit, and were blessed with the most amazing weather...

Maddy Harland |
Monday, 1st June 2015

I have treasured my Mira copper trowel, mainly because it is such a beautifully made tool and it is so versatile. These tools are made of solid bronze (an alloy containing 90%...