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A Manifesto for Our Daily Bread
John Letts sets out the UK Heritage Grain Alliance’s mission to revive a local grain economy for artisanal bread, beers and distillations and our good health.
 
No Dig Gardening on any scale
Stephanie Hafferty explains the many advantages of growing annual and perennial veg and fruit with no dig on a small and larger scale.
 
Protecting Our Seas
Plastic pollution, climate change and over-fishing are negatively impacting our seas. Rozie Apps explores the issues and shares some of the solutions to kickstart positive change.
 
Working with Nature – 
the Beaver Way
Rozie Apps discusses how beavers can create more resilient flood and drought proof landscapes.
 
What is Eco-building?
Janna Laan explores what makes buildings ‘eco’, some of the best techniques and why they’re used.
 
How to Make and Use 
an A-Frame
Caroline Aitken explains how to construct an A-frame and how to use it on your land.
 
Caring For Our Outer Edge
Laura Pardoe explores how we can permaculture our skincare.
 
Visionaries
What inspires London-based permaculture activist, Kayode Olafimihan and documentary filmmaker and Earth restoration pioneer, John D. Liu?
 
Calf At Foot Dairying
Fiona Provan explains her unique compassionate methods for producing raw milk at the farm gate from a Pasture For Life herd.
 
What Keeps Visionaries Going?
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What makes a person a lifelong activist, someone who is able to sail against the wind for decades? Maddy Harland asked two very different visionaries.
 
The Art of Dying Creatively
Katie Shepherd thinks how we die is vitally important and should not be pushed under the carpet but well designed, permaculturally of course.
 
Regenerating Urban Communities
The May Project in Morden, London, uses lessons in permaculture, gardening, natural building and hip hop to empower and engage local people. Rozie Apps reports.
 
Saving Your Own Seeds
No Dig experts, Charles Dowding and Stephanie Hafferty, explain the ins and outs on saving your own vegetable seed.
 
Artisanal Cheesemaking
We asked David Asher to tell us how to make the most natural, permacultural cheese possible.
 
Growing Edible Polycultures in Containers
Vera Greutink explains how to grow vegetables in organic polycultures in containers by the kitchen door.
 
Oiling the Palm of an Industrial Giant
Palm oil production is devastating vast landscapes across southeast Asia and will soon be moving into Africa. Rozie Apps explores the facts and what we can do to minimise its impact.
 
Regenerative Farming
In the Algarve, Portugal, 43 hectares of abandoned farm with ruined buildings has become a thriving community, Quinto do Vale da Lama, with poly-incomes and a increasingly diverse ecosystem. Walt Ludwick describes the journey.
 
How to Make Maple and Birch Syrup
Susan Tipton-Fox explains the art if tapping maple and birch for syrup and describes how to make natural taps from sumac.
 
Why Diversity is Important in Permaculture
Bestselling author and activist, Starhawk, explores the vital role of diversity within communities and in the struggle for social justice.
 
‘The Peculiar People’
Graham Burnett describes how he was invited to ‘exhibit’ a permaculture garden in a prestigious art gallery as part of an exhibition celebrating Radical Essex.
 
Be The Change, Be Like Soil
Millions of lifeforms in the soil create a much bigger, important ‘whole’. Neil Kingsnorth explores how we can take inspiration from this when facing the challenges of today.
 
Preserving Summer Flavours
No Dig expert, Stephanie Hafferty, shares her tips for the summer garden and how to preserve those flavours for the winter months.
 
Re-generation
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Daniel Christian Wahl says a new generation of designers can design a world in which all can thrive and not just survive.
 
From Picts to Paradise
James Reid explains how he designed a mulituse permaculture paradise in the temperate climate of Scotland, with veg gardens, fruit trees, live­stock, compost toilets and a sauna.
 

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