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Maddy Harland

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

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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

REBECCA HOSKING AND TIM GREEN

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.

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Patrick Smith - Ethical Consumer |
Friday, 22nd May 2015
Ethical Consumer magazine has been researching products that contain neonicotinoids. They have produced a report that reveals the garden centres that still sell these products. Find out which chemicals are implicated and where they are sold.
 
A forest garden in Bhutan ©Tim Harland
Maddy Harland |
Thursday, 21st May 2015
Maddy tells the story of discovering a forest garden high up in the Bhutanese Himalayas. The gardeners had never read a permaculture book or taken a course. Isn't it time permaculturists acknowledge where our knowledge has come from and show greater respect towards the indigenous people who have grown polycultural stacked food systems for millenia?
 
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Alice Griffin |
Thursday, 14th May 2015
Alice Griffin and her family are setting up in Portugal. They will be retrofitting an abandoned cottage and two acres of land into a self-sustaining home and edible garden.
 
Rozie Apps |
Thursday, 14th May 2015
 
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Drew Dellinger |
Tuesday, 12th May 2015
A succinct yet sensational review of Helen Moore's eco-poetry collection, Ecozoa, by the American poet, Drew Dellinger.
 
Side Ways |
Friday, 8th May 2015
 
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Margene Whitler Hucek |
Thursday, 7th May 2015
Design and plan as you may, sometimes nature gives us surprises. Margene Whitler Hucek describes her sweet cherry and how to chose a variety, cultivate and cook with this beautiful and delicious tree.
 
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Rozie Apps |
Thursday, 7th May 2015
A Californian resident friended a homeless women when she asked for his recycling to sell. When he found out she didn't even have cardboard to lie on, Elvis Summers built her a tiny moveable home!
 
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Sophie Galleymore Bird |
Wednesday, 6th May 2015
Transition Town Totnes will be growing their own oats as another step towards locally produced food. The project will bring together local farmers, suppliers and the community, as well as creating jobs and encouraging others to think 'local'.
 
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Ed Dowding |
Tuesday, 5th May 2015
'Represent' - a place to give your political opinions, express what is most important to you and find out what your local citizens feel too!