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Judy Birkbeck

The honeybees in my last home were mean. Woe betide any bumblebee that dared to land on a borage flower. The borage was the honeybees’ private property, and they would dive-...

Chris Evans

The word ‘development’ is like a double-edged sword. It can be a tool to cut your fodder needs, or it can cut your throat. It can mean improvement in...

BlinkNow

My journey began in 2005 at the age of 19. During my final year of high school in suburban New Jersey, I decided to put my college plans on hold and travel...

Permaculture Magazine

The Permaculture Magazine Prize is for individuals, communities, businesses, groups and organisations that can demonstrate inspirational work over more than three years.

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Maddy Harland

In 2018, I was offered £10,000 to start a permaculture award. I could decide the criteria and how to give the money away, what I couldn’t do was pocket any of the cash for...

Michael Feldmann

The raspberry, with its botanical name Rubus idaeus, belongs to the rose family, which includes around 3,500 species. The raspberry is a hardy, deciduous climbing shrub that come in a variety of...

Chris Lesley

Though you may not like it, preventing predation is a part of keeping chickens. With many predators (including foxes, raccoons, coyotes, weasels, badgers, snakes, hawks and rats), it is...

Alicja Szubert

"This oak tree and me, we're made of the same stuff." ― Carl Sagan

The increasingly common spread of devastating pandemics is a glaring reminder of the key role of the...

Chris Lesley

If you have any experience with keeping chickens in your backyard, you know that they quickly become part of your family and, like a family member, you’ll want to do whatever you can to keep...

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Permaculture Magazine

Green Architecture Day goes online! The 2020 conference brings experts and leading professionals together, to share the latest from the green building world.

Lorenzo Costa

As I write this review from my home in Italy, the whole country is in lockdown for the Covid-19 pandemic. These days of...

Tomas Remiarz

A great many forest gardens have sprung up over the last couple of decades. People have developed the concept in all kinds of directions, exploring their...

Maddy Harland

Where is our home and how do we travellers in space and time find our way back to it? That is Mark Boyle’s lifetime quest and this is the latest episode in his...

Glennie Kindred

I Love this Book! It is a tonic and a joy! Its light shines like a beacon of hope in the dark. I...

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