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Jo Hooper

The pungent smell of chopped apples is rife in the air, indicating that I have finally located my destination. I’d been wandering about in the...

Paul Hanson

In 2010 a small group of us set up a Transition initiative in my home town in East Yorkshire which we named ‘Home Grown Hornsea’. Since then we have attempted to put into practice many...

Sebastian Parsons

Food and farming have become the focus of the climate debate in the wake of the UN’s recent Intergovernmental...

Josephine Hall

It’s a cloudy summer’s day as I drive down the bumpy track lined with hedgerows and turn a corner to see the little green shepherds’ huts of Windsor Hill Wood. Outside a...

Maddy Harland

This summer, we had no proper rain for weeks and after a cold, snowy late spring we leapt into the height of summer. It iwas hotter than usual and this gaves us, in the cool temperate...

Robert Woods

Aquaponics systems have become more and more popular over the last few years, and there’s no surprise why.

This method of growing food is completely organic; it uses the fishes waste to grow the...

Claire Woods

Winter can be a demanding time for both chickens and chicken owners. However there are several things you can do to prepare for winter which will make both you, and...

Lorraine Casserly

When I walk into the small market town where I live I am constantly struck by the amount of free food I pass that's available to me. Fruit, nuts and salads are plentiful. All I need is a keen eye, an...

Matthew Douglas

In 2015 I began the task of building a three bedroom cabin for myself and my family, with limited building experience and a small budget. The experience has changed my life and has gifted me...

Jude Allen

The Government needs to act. And it needs to act now. We do not have time for deliberation. Extinction Rebellion is a call for such action. On 17th November, Rebellion Day will take place...

Maddy Harland

The Bees is a strange and disturbing novel which anthropomorphises honeybees. It takes you deep inside an orchard hive, a palatial, hierarchical wax...

Lorenzo Costa

When we study permaculture design and regenerative systems, we learn from the beginning that everything, from roads, access and structures at the bottom...

Jo Barker

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...

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