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Permaculture magazine |
Friday, 28th August 2015
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The recent winner of the Environmental Award at Sheffield Doc/Fest 2015, 'How to Change the World' looks at the very early days of the modern eco-movement. Using never before seen footage it tells the gripping story of a courageous group of men and women, led by Robert Hunter, who set out to change the world and in the process sparked a revolution.

 
Permaculture People |
Wednesday, 26th August 2015
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Wild food experimentalist and passionate educator Fergus Drennan has been foraging for over 25 years.

 
Permaculture People |
Wednesday, 19th August 2015
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Education is key to a more sustainable future but learning can be far more fun than just sitting in a classroom being spoon fed information. Rather than being passive, all of us, at whatever age, can become lifelong learners by doing. This is learning by immersion and it is transformative!

 
Permaculture People |
Wednesday, 12th August 2015
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Pat Bowcock explains how she left her 9-5 lifestyle to live in tune with the land, creating her own five acre permaculture smallholding, that is her home, her work and her life.

 
Permaculture People |
Wednesday, 5th August 2015
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A pioneer in plant-based agriculture, Iain Tolhurst has been a practising organic vegetable producer since 1976. 

 
Permaculture People |
Wednesday, 29th July 2015
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Growing organic vegetables commercially for over 30 years, Charles Dowding has developed a no-dig method of cultivation for temperate climate gardening.

 
Robyn Rosenfeldt |
Monday, 27th July 2015
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Permaculture has always been about how we create the world we do want, rather than just stopping the world we don't want.

The new way of changing the world is by changing yourself and what you do. It is a stepping stone towards a larger change.

 
Formidable Vegetable Sound System |
Friday, 24th July 2015
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Permaculture band Formidable Vegetable Sound System are releasing a remixed version of Permaculture: A Rhymer's Manual.

The funky electroswing permaculture tunes with ukelele, trombone and dj have been given a 'spoonbill remix' and 'The Edge' is a sneak preview.