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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.

Lachlan McKenzie |
Monday, 30th March 2015

Permaculture NGO, Permatil, have created a guide to tropical permaculture for Timor Leste. The new and updated version will not only be free to download, but will be applicable to all tropical climates. Can you help them create this significant, free guidebook?

Stuart Anderson |
Friday, 27th March 2015

The late Patrick Whitefield's exploration of our surrounding landscape. Learn how to read hedges, woodland, fields, animal tracks and more as your eyes really open to your environment.

Suli Breaks & NCS |
Friday, 27th March 2015
Peter May |
Monday, 23rd March 2015

The Orchards Without Borders project is bringing communities from Sussex UK and Normandy France together, teaching orchard skills like pruning, planting, grafting, juicing, cider and calvados production and more.

Sally modelling her eclipse viewer
Sally Broughton |
Thursday, 19th March 2015

It's solar eclipse time in the Northern Hemisphere on March 20 2015. Don't hurt your eyes by staring to into the sun! Here's how to make a simple viewer.

Rozie Apps |
Wednesday, 18th March 2015

Wool today is commonly used in clothing, but with research showing that wool bedding improves sleep by 25%, it is making a comeback in the bedroom. Plus it is a sustainable and renewable material!

Every public space can be a food forest - here's an LA example
Sarah Pugh |
Wednesday, 18th March 2015

As Bristol City Council, European Green Capital, is about to destroy Grade 1 agricultural and horticultural land in favour of a road building scheme, Sarah Pugh asks how permaculture can step up and influence whole communities, food systems and economies.

Food Abundance |
Monday, 16th March 2015
Ruth Hayward and Jenny Pickerill |
Friday, 13th March 2015

Through two years of research, Ruth Hayward and Jenny Pickerill have found 10 potential pitfalls in community-led housing projects, offering their advice to overcome these situations.

Anna Clayton |
Thursday, 12th March 2015

Are your seeds, compost or garden supplies ethical and environmentally friendly? Anna Clayton explores the Ethical Consumer Magazines results on which garden centres and companies to use or avoid.