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Maddy Harland

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

Maddy Harland |
Wednesday, 17th September 2014

There is still time to make blackberry liqueur and take the taste of early autumn well into the New Year. Maddy's recipe takes just a few minutes after you have picked your crop.

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Maddy Harland |
Thursday, 11th September 2014

Maddy Harland has a good crop of Shropshire damson this year. Here are two delicious and easy recipes, damson jam and damson vodka.

Maddy Harland |
Monday, 30th June 2014

Monsanto is buying up heirloom seed companies and trademarks. Maddy Harland discovers who is buying what and how to avoid Monsanto. She explores why what we buy can be a form of positive activism.

Bean structure
Maddy Harland |
Monday, 16th June 2014

Maddy built a pyramidal bean frame last weekend and wants to find out what structures you build and how. Submit your ideas and win a subscription to Permaculture!

The finished squash frame
Maddy Harland |
Tuesday, 27th May 2014

Maddy experiments with using the vertical as well as the horizontal to grow small pumpkins and squash up, stacking more plants in garden beds.

Sun hives under cover
Maddy Harland |
Thursday, 8th May 2014

If we want to help honey bees survive and thrive we have to start conserving colonies, not just harvesting honey. The Natural Beekeeping Trust has been testing out more natural designs for hives and have found that bees prefer living in the round.

Home made copper rings to protect plants from slugs
Maddy Harland |
Monday, 5th May 2014

Copper rings deter slugs and work well but the manufactured ones are expensive. Maddy shows you how to make them for free.

Lowton's Copse ©Tim Harland
Maddy Harland |
Saturday, 19th April 2014

Maddy visits Charles Dowding's new garden and is inspired by the year round abundance. She also shares David Holmgren's code to live by that will insulate you from economic crisis.

Maddy Harland |
Sunday, 23rd March 2014

Maddy Harland reviews a book that offers a way of living creatively in a time of great challenges, a time when humanity is threatened by ecological, social, and economic breakdown. Active Hope teaches us how to contribute to the global movement for a better, more equitable, and ecologically balanced world. This is a juicy, creative, and powerful book

Maddy Harland |
Thursday, 6th March 2014