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Jordan Thomas

The first time Don Guillermo took me to his fields, we walked amidst pyramids that were black silhouettes against a star-filled sky. Guillermo always left for the fields at...

Alan Heeks

All of us depend on front line services: they include health, local authorities, education, care, and a myriad of voluntary sector organisations...

Stephanie Hafferty

The hedgerows are filled with creamy elderflowers. It’s time to forage! Choose elderflower heads that are in full blossom and at their most fragrant to make delicious drinks, skin care...

Permaculture magazine

A permaculture experience in July 2017 was developed in a Haiti community with Bora Permacultura and the missionary project ICDM.

From this the need for a...

Maddy Harland

I am dreaming ... I am dreaming that I am in a rainforest. I can feel the tropical warmth on my skin and hear the rich soundscape of the jungle. My sight is filled with wonderful,...

J.K.Rooke

Sustainable forests and gardens try not to use chemicals or fertilisers from outside. The soil should remain increasingly fertile because it is covered in mixed growth. Bare soil looses nutrients and...

Sarah Buckingham

These herbs are easy to grow, and provide a valuable source of food for bees and other pollinating insects. They are also great for cooking with, and growing your own herbs saves you money too. Plant a...

Susan Tipton-Fox

Spring is often when bees will swarm, so here's a guide to why bees swarm and how to catch one.

What Is Bee Swarming?

Beekeepers today now try to...

Andy Reynolds

Solar power is all around us and is one of the reasons why we exist as we are. Trees and plants are of course the supreme example of natural solar collectors having evolved over vast swathes of time to...

Permaculture magazine

On 23rd June the 'Tour de Frack' will bring cyclists across Surrey and Sussex together, fighting against fracking in these beautiful areas.

Maddy Harland

Over time connections are made that tune us ever more deeply into the rhythms of our natural world. For instance, sighting of first snowdrop signals the very...

Maddy Harland

Being Salmon, Being Human starts with a wonderful, evocative foreword by Stephan Harding, describing what it means to consciously realise in every...

Mark O'Connell

We are living in a time when human systems and ecosystems need to work together and flow. This is the overarching theme of a new book, The...

Joan Bailey

Michael Phillips’ latest book, Mycorrhizal Planet, How Symbiotic Fungi Work with Roots to Support Plant Health and Build Soil Fertility, is an...

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