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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.

Robert Alcock |
Monday, 28th July 2014

Rural areas of Spain are beginning to repopulate, with various ecovillage projects appearing and more and more people looking for a cheaper and simpler way of life. Robert Alcock explores this ever growing community, focussing on the Spanish 'under-the-radar' strawbale buildings.

Toby Hemenway |
Friday, 25th July 2014
Paul Alfrey |
Friday, 25th July 2014

Nitrogen is essential in plant growth and nitrogen-fixing plants are hugely beneficial in any ecosystem. Paul Afrey explains the two main groups of microbes plants use when nitrogen-fixing, Frankia and Rhizobium.

Carl Legge |
Friday, 25th July 2014

Carl Legge shares his permaculture recipe that firstly makes blackcurrant cassis and then uses the remains to make a delicious and easy blackcurrant jam.

Darren Doherty |
Wednesday, 23rd July 2014
Phil Moore |
Monday, 21st July 2014

Phil Moore interviews the video travellers, Común Tierra, who have been discovering grassroots permaculture communities and eco-villages all over Latin America.

Deano Martin |
Monday, 21st July 2014

An exploration of carbon sequestering through the author's visits to various projects all with different solutions to improving soil and ecosystems.

Using hazel sticks for the polytunnel frame
Fuggo and Geoff |
Friday, 18th July 2014

Coppiced hazel is not only sustainable, it is also very useful. It can be used as bean poles, polytunnel frames, woven fencing and more!

Ben Law |
Friday, 18th July 2014

Woodsman Ben Law explains how to use a transfer scribe to make a strong 'butterpat joint' when using roundwood timber frames.

Eric Toensmeier |
Friday, 18th July 2014