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MYCOTOPIA!
Richard Edwards describes his diversified rural business which yields both food and cash for 20 hours work a week.
 
BARKING UP THE WRONG TREE
Eucalyptus plantations and the plastic 'corq' are replacing a form of sustainable agriculture. Siobhan Mitchell describes the devastating impact on both people and rare creatures in Portugal.
 
HOPE SPRINGS ETERNAL
Juliet Jenkins makes an impassioned plea to restore wetlands and develop sustainable aquaculture to benefit both people and planet.
 
THE BALCONY
A very practical look at growing food on balconies by designer, Michael Guerra.
 
SYNERGISTIC GARDEN: PART 3
In the last in her series, Emilia Hazelip gives a basic plan that all gardeners can adapt to achieve soil 'autofertility', Fukuoka fashion.
 
CHICKEN FORAGE SHRUBS
Patrick Whitefield looks at two useful plants for a classic permaculture idea.
 
RETURN OF THE NATIVE
Paul Kendall, from Trees For Life, reports on the replanting of the Caledonian Forest in Scotland and why the wilderness is so important.
 
HEART, PLACE & CHILDREN
Christopher Day and Penina Finger describe ways to create rooms with 'heart' to benefit our children.
 
SAXON LODGE – A GARDEN OF THE SENSES
The story of a very special community garden which combines permaculture with horticultural therapy.
 
CITY OF DARKNESS
Can you imagine a major city loosing all of its electricity for three weeks? Peter Davis can! Here's the story of what happened in Auckland, New Zealand last year.
 
WHAT ON EARTH IS GOING ON?
Director of C.A.T., Paul Allen, describes why Global Warming is no summer holiday and explains how Gaia Theory can help us to understand climate change.
 
THE SYNERGISTIC GARDEN – Part 2
Emilia Hazelip describes why her method of cultivating 'living' soil is the ultimate form of organics.
 
THE IDEAL HOME
Patrick Whitefield considers where the best place is to live in a sustainable way.
 
SOWING SEEDS IN THE CITY
Our roving reporter, Emma Chapman, reveals the successes of a dynamic community initiative in London.
 
KNOW YOUR FARMER, KNOW YOUR FOOD
Genetic Engineering, Organics & Permaculture - Farmer, Matt Dunwell, takes a penetrating look why permaculture offers a practical alternative to genetic engineering.
 
OUR HOUSE
A visit to the passive solar retrofit of the Harlands’ dilapidated 19th century flint cottage in Hampshire.
 
CULTIVATING PLENTY
Chris Evans describes ‘Three Season’ vegetable gardening, which includes the principles of Ayurvedic, bio-intensive and minimum tillage systems, and shows how this can be adapted to local situations and resources.
 
THE BIG GREEN ONE
Andy Waterman tells the story of the establishing of a permanent permaculture demonstration site on the Wiltshire Downs at the site of the Big Green Gathering, one of the country’s largest eco-fests.
 
CAN WE AFFORD TO IGNORE GENETIC ENGINEERING
In this passionately argued article, Siobhan Mitchell explains why the subject of genetic engineering is too important to be ignored.
 
HERITAGE TOMATOES
Sue Stickland gives adventurous treatment to the heritage of tomatoes. History and growing tips for all kinds of tomatoes.
 
GROUND COVER PLANTS FOR FOREST GARDENS
Patrick Whitefield explores the pitfalls and possibilities in reducing work and maintaining yield using good ground cover.
 
HOW TO GROW MUSHROOMS
Keen amateur mycologist, Richard Scrase describes the life-cycle of fungus and explains how to grow mushrooms on wood and in compost.
 
PEST CONTROL WITHOUT POISONS
Introducing the first in a practical series of articles by the team at the Henry Doubleday Research Association who share with us their knowledge and experience in growing food organically. Richard Smedley writes.
 
PLANTS TO PIG OUT ON – Part 2
Roots, Leaves and Flowers. Ken Fern entices us to experiment with edible roots, leaves and flowers in part two of his insights into edible plants.
 

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