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Maddy Harland

Editor of Permaculture Magazine, contributor to Mother Earth News, forest gardener permaculture expert...

Graham Burnett

Permaculture teacher, author, urban gardener and Trustee of the Permaculture Association.

John Adams

Graphic Designer, product-tester and green-tech expert at Permaculture Magazine. Also known as 'John the Knowledge'...

Rozie Apps

Assistant Editor at Permaculture Magazine.

Tony Rollinson

Permaculture magazine news writer and media contact

Brad Roland

Avid permaculturist and author of the popular Highly Uncivilized blog.

Allice Griffin

A writer, gardener and downshifter who makes her home on a narrowboat.

Mike Abbott

Pioneer of green woodworking in the UK and author and teacher.

Carl Legge

Permaculture smallholder, former lawyer, chef and food writer.

Chrissie Sugden

Planning expert and author of the new eBook, Grounds for Hope: Ways to Live Legally on Cheap Land in the UK


Makes of the BBC2 film 'A Farm For A Future', campigners to ban plastic bags in shops, farmers, gardeners and wildlife experts.

Hayley Harland

Champion of young permaculturists and regular food blogger at Delectable Diary of Hayley Harland.

Patrick Whitefield |
Wednesday, 15th October 2014

A beautifully presented book debunking the many myths of gardening. Evokes a 'big sigh of relief'.

David Pagan Butler |
Tuesday, 14th October 2014
Charlotte Haworth |
Monday, 13th October 2014

How surplus and waste food can be made into delicious food for the whole community.

George Monbiot |
Friday, 10th October 2014
Alex Hazeltine |
Friday, 10th October 2014

An inspirational, moving but also highly practical manual for integrating self-transformation with the task of deeper communion and healing with our long-suffering planet.

Maddy Harland |
Thursday, 9th October 2014

Maddy visits the west coast of Ireland and finds a novel use for an old microwave, a post box! She is also fascinated by the glaciated landscape.

Ben Law |
Wednesday, 8th October 2014

Ben Law explains how using natural curves in timber creates a stronger building frame, and also reveals natures beautiful organic and unique design.

Katie Shepherd |
Sunday, 5th October 2014

Hill farmer, Katie Shepherd, reviews Glennie Kindred's Sacred Earth Celebrations, encouraging us to mark the changing seasons with celebrations and craft activities. Useful for personal meditation, group activities, and crafty ideas to share with children too.

Robin Grey |
Thursday, 2nd October 2014

Robin Grey describes a piece of art that unveils some of our unwritten history and explains how he ‘relocalised’ performance. Part folk club sing-a-long, part storytelling session, part TED talk, part history lecture, part poetry slam, it is evolving into local, open source art.

Daniel Dobbie |
Wednesday, 1st October 2014