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Winter 2000 (PM 26)
GROWING WITH THE FLOW
Andy and Ella Portman describe the creation of their new garden and Taoist spirit in which it was made.
 
TAKING REFUGE IN PERMACULTURE
Andrew Bradford explains how a United Nations refugee camp in Macedonia became one of Europe’s high profile permaculture projects.
 
THE GENTLE ART OF GROWING VEGETABLES
Patrick Whitefield explains how he decides what to plant and where.
 
THE MARTIAL ART OF GROWING
The third and final part in Jon Taylor’s popular series about no-dig market gardening, describes his method of crop rotation.
 
A DRIFT ON THE TYNE
Ken Bradshaw describes how a city brownfield site in Newcastle became a thriving, diverse permaculture project.
 
PROPER JOB
Amanda Statham tells us how a composting scheme in Chagford, became a fertile ground for a Devonian community business.
 
TAKING THE PLUNGE NATURALLY
Imagine crystal clear water cleansed by pants, not chemicals, Michael Littlewood presents ecological swimming pools.
 
KIWIS IN THE GARDEN
Kiwi enthusiast, Ulrike Paradine, shares her growing experience and proves this tasty fruit can thrive in Europe.
 
THE BEEKEEPER”S YEAR
If you have ever been tempted to keep bees, here is a year in the life of a beekeeper, as told by Jonathan Garratt.
 
WHOLE ROOF SOLAR
Renovating a building? Why tack on a panel when the whole roof can heat water? Stephen Brightwood presents his DIY system.
 
OUR PARADISE
Carlo Davis recounts an amusing and touching account of a year on a Canary Island creating a food forest.
 
YEOMAN’S FOLLIES
Mr Yeoman is back with cunning tips for storing veggies over winter.
 
Autumn 2000 (PM 25)
SOME ARE BORN TO PERMACULTURE...
Susan Whiteway tells how her family overcame unemployment and homelessness to create a fruitful, self-reliant lifestyle.
 
UNUSUAL VEGETABLES
How to grow and prepare Kate McEvoy's favourite edible plants.
 
TREE PLANTING
Wade Muggleton explains his three point rule for successful tree planting.
 
BUILDING A TREEBOG
Yearning to build a beautiful, willow walled compost toilet? Originator, Jay Treebough, answers Frequently Asked Questions.
 
THE MARTIAL ART OF GROWING
No Dig Market Gardening Part 2. Jon Taylor describes how he developed minimal cultivation methods, imitating nature.
 
ELEVATING THE EARTH
Architect, Mark Tinker, describes how to make and build with soil blocks.
 
EDIBLE ROOF GARDENS
Michael Guerra describes how roofs can be transformed into small islands of edible sanity in the inner city.
 
IF YOU CAN'T BEAT IT ...EAT IT!
The irrepressible Mr. Yeoman describes the cunning art of eating couch grass.
 
MUSHROOMS – THE MISSING LINK?
Back by popular demand, Richard Edwards describes how to grow mushrooms in the garden.
 
REGENERATING THE SOILS OF LEOSOTHO
Is it possible to transform an African desert into a productive landscape? Ivan Yaholnitsky tells a story of hope, design and hard work.
 
BASKETS THAT GROW ON TREES
How to weave colourful baskets from autumn prunings, by herbalist Christina Stapley.
 
WILLOWS IN THE LANDSCAPE
Steve Fuller explains how Willow has many uses – from river defences to Animal fodder.
 
WORKING WITH LIGHT
Tim and Maddy Harland trial the Thermolax solar hot water system.
 
Summer 2000 (PM 24)
WALKING LIGHTLY
Erica French describes how low impact life on the road (horses, goat and chickens included) as a travelling farm worker.
 
THE MARTIAL ART OF GROWING
No dig growing: Holy Grail or practical option for market gardening? Jon Taylor explains the pros and cons of this method in the first of three articles.
 
CUBA TURNS OVER A NEW LEAF
Stephanie Greenwood recounts how this oil starved country converted to organic agriculture almost overnight and went permacultural.
 
A FERTILE JOURNEY
Sandi Masson describes her permaculture journey to her spiritual home on the West coast of Scotland.
 
BOURNE TO BE WILD
Forest gardening easy? Keith Martin tells the story of his garden, warts 'n' all, and gives advice on plants to encourage or avoid.
 
SUSTAINABLE HOUSING IN SOMERSET
Somerset is leading the way forward in innovative eco-housing. Steve Charter, a permaculturist involved in developing this initiative, defines sustainable housing and reports on built examples.
 
TOWARDS A SACRED SOCIETY
Uncovering the clutter. Part two of the story of a New Zealand eco-villiage. Robina McCurdy describes the invisible community structures that have created ways of resolving conflict.
 
NOTES FROM SHUTAWAY QUARRY
Sculptor and eco-builder, Jack Everett, describes how he turned a disused quarry into a mixed woodland with self-built dwellings for his family of five.
 
PERMACULTURE GOES ALBANIAN
How did a mountainous area take to permaculture and how did its people cope with the influx of refugees from war-torn Kosova? Teofik Fugarini, an Albanian agricultural adviser for Oxfam, tells us how.
 
YEOMAN'S FOLLIES
Mr. Yeoman hits the bottle with a DIY micro-climate container that created some intoxicating results.
 

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