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Rory Dimond

It’s no secret that bees are major pollinators of our produce, visiting the flowers of 90 per cent of leading crop types. Alongside other pollinators they help to produce over a third...

Travis Tennessen

It’s a Tuesday morning in March. Sunlight pokes through the grey Pacific Northwest sky above Bellingham, Washington. The rain has stopped, for now.

Folks trickle into the...

Sara Tommerup

In April we ran a course at Coed Talylan in South West Wales, just for women. The course was a carpentry course and introduced women with little to no prior skills to build with timber...

Dr. Naomi van der Velden

How would you like to get involved in the biggest ever permaculture citizen science experiment? This will involve growers all over Europe learning and working together, or a simple,...

Maddy Harland

The Oxford Real Farming Conference has become a regular fixture in my...

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...

Adam Hope

Have you been revamping your kitchen or bathroom and have left over tiles? Or have you accumulated them from a friend, a carboot sale or found them free on Freecycle?

Here are five creative ways to...

Permaculture magazine

A weekend festival celebrating upland hay meadows, with workshops, music, crafts, and a feast night.

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...

Jo Barker

RetroSuburbia is an extraordinary and magnificently crafted guide on living abundantly in uncertain times. Part...

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