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Tony House Giant Journey |
Friday, 9th October 2015

This tiny building based in Vancouver, Canada, is a community centre for local artists and anyone who wants to be creative.

Zee Kesler created this tiny and moveable space as part of a community discussion on tiny homes. It led to Zee and a group of friends building this 20ft 'trailer', teaching others how to build one along the way.

John D. Liu |
Monday, 5th October 2015

If there is one message that we, at Permaculture magazine, would like to share with the world is that we can regenerate whole regions of the earth with handtools and human endeavour if we collectively choose to do so.

Climate Psychology Alliance |
Friday, 2nd October 2015

Chris Johnstone, author of Active Hope & Find Your Power discusses the importance of a collective response to climate change.

http://jordanosmond.com |
Wednesday, 30th September 2015

Visit Limestone Permaculture Farm in New South Wales, Australia and learn how this one acre property has been developed into a productive permaculture farm that is currently feeding around 50 families.

Angel Fish Films |
Monday, 28th September 2015

Learn from Jessie and Jane as they show how to create fire through friction.

In just over three minutes, they show how you can create fire from two pieces of wood, a bow, and some dry grasses or straw.

Further resources

More from Jane and Jessie at www.nettleseed.co.uk

Permaculture magazine & Litmus Films |
Friday, 25th September 2015

Permaculture woodsman Ben Law shows us around Prickly Nut Wood.

Ben manages the area sustainably through coppicing and makes a range of buildings and products including chairs, fencing, spoons and even beautiful caravans.

Permaculture magazine |
Monday, 14th September 2015

The energy revolution is happening now!

Howard Johns, author of Energy Revolution looks at the successful community-owned renewable energy systems from across the globe.

Permaculture People |
Friday, 4th September 2015

Wild food experimentalist and passionate educator Fergus Drennan has been foraging for over 25 years.