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Wednesday, 30th July 2014

The movement for localization is growing rapidly, worldwide.

Toby Hemenway |
Friday, 25th July 2014

Toby Hemenway, permaculture teacher and author of Gaia's Garden: A Guide to Home-Scale Permaculture explains how nature's systems should be replicated in all aspects of our lives.

Darren Doherty |
Wednesday, 23rd July 2014

Darren Doherty is a globally recognised teacher of regenerative agriculture. His team has been involved nearly 2,000 broadacre projects across close to 50 countries and Darren is the originator of the RegenAG and Regrarians course series across Europe, the Americas and Oceania.

Eric Toensmeier |
Friday, 18th July 2014

"Perennial polycultures are the building blocks to an edible forest garden," Eric Toensmeier explains.

So here he gives his tips to create your own polycultures in your garden.

David Pagan Butler |
Friday, 4th July 2014

Natural swimming pools are a beautiful way to take a cool dip in the hot summer weather whilst creating habitats for a range of wildlife.

Although natural pools self clean, David Pagan Butler explains how creating your own cheap and simple vacuum will help get rid of the debris that sinks to the bottom.

Welt Film |
Wednesday, 18th June 2014

Over 30 years ago, Jadav Payeng began planting trees.

After watching hundreds of snakes in the area die from the heat, he felt that this could happen to humans one day too.

Greg Peterson |
Monday, 16th June 2014

In urban areas of concrete and tarmac, rain not only causes flooding but is often a wasted resource, running off into drains.

Here Brad Lancaster shows how he and his neighbours harvested rainwater to transform their barren, desert-like street into a living orchard, packed with edibles and greenery.

China View |
Friday, 6th June 2014

Using determination and hard work, Yin Yuzhen and her husband have turned a lonely and empty Chinese desert into an oasis of trees and vegetables.

In 1986, the couple moved to north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Yin was shocked at the vast emptiness of the area and so decided to plant trees.