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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.

Cathy Ashley |
Wednesday, 16th April 2014

Cathy Ashley came up with a brilliant idea to deter cats: Snakes in the grass!

Phillip Moore |
Tuesday, 15th April 2014

An innovative documentary about the planetary animal called Gaia and the human animal we deny at our own peril, yet a peril that is perfect in design.

Glennie Kindred |
Saturday, 12th April 2014

Glennie Kindred shares some useful tips on choosing native pond plants and the basics to creating your own wildlife friendly pond.

Anni Kelsey |
Friday, 11th April 2014

Pondering perennial polycultures? Anni Kelsey has some interesting ideas for you to try.

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Rozie Apps |
Friday, 11th April 2014

A critical look at the oil and fracking industry from both an economic and environmental stance.

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Mörður G.Ott |
Thursday, 10th April 2014

The Töfrastaðir project in Iceland shows permaculture in a cold climate. Their aim is to reduce their carbon footprint, supply local communities with fresh food and provide design courses, workshops, art projects, volunteer positions and much more.

Permaculture Ideas |
Thursday, 10th April 2014
Simon The Scribe |
Wednesday, 9th April 2014

From a news piece on Permaculture magazine, Simon found a permaculture course in Malta and spent two weeks learning how Peppi Gauci created an abundant oasis at Bahrija Oasis.

Mandy Pullen |
Tuesday, 8th April 2014

Mandy Pullen, a shamanic practitioner, explores how the solar festivals connect us with the land.

Two Thirsty Gardeners |
Monday, 7th April 2014

Carl Legge, author of The Permaculture Kitchen, explains how to be a permaculture cook.