Summer 1994 (PM 6)
DAD’S PEACH
Andy Waterman explians how a peach tree grown from a stone, went on to produce 150+ pounds of fruit per year.
 
A PERMACULTURE WOODLAND
Ben Law on implementing a permaculture woodland design.
 
TUBES: Good or Bad?
are tree protection tubes worth while? - Ben Law.
 
HOUSE BUILDING THE SEGAL WAY
James Clarke.
 
FROGS
Patrick Whitefield explains the role of frogs in slug control.
 
HAVE YOU STOPPED TAKING THE MEDICATION?
Community Garden Designs for the Elderly by Martin Douglas.
 
GETTING SOMEONE ELSE TO PAY FOR YOUR PROJECTS
Spencer Fitz-Gibbon.
 
PERMACULTURE ITALIANO
a pioneering spirit in Italy - Iuris Balboni
 
WINTER SALADS
Ken Fern recommends a few alternative winter salad plants.
 
STABILITY, CHANGE & HARMONY
A Permacultural View by Ed Tyler.
 
NATURAL DYEING
Getting colour from your plants by Luke Atkinson.
 
PERMACULTURE
a movement or a design system? - John Wilson.
 
Spring 1994 (PM 5)
PERMACULTURE LAND
Planing for a Creative Future by Tony Wrench
 
DESIGNING A VISION
Andy Langford explores the Springfield Community Gardens Project in Bradford
 
EARTHSHIPS
Ben Law writes about the idea of a self-contained vessel capable of sustaining human life and Michael Reynolds’ solutions for a sustainable living.
 
WILDLIFE IN THE FOREST GARDEN
Combining food production with conservation by Robert Hart
 
GARDENING WITH SLUGS
Patrick Whitefield
 
CONSERVATION FARMING IN NEPAL
The Begnas Tal Rupa Tal Watershed Management Project by Netra B. Chhetri
 
GROWING POTATOES IN TYRES
Michael Guerra
 
THE ORCHARD
An Organic Monoculture, can it work? by R. A. Crowder
 
THE LAST SWILLER
The art of Lakeland baskets made from coppiced oak by Madeleine Harland
 
A FRUITFUL EDUCATION
Candy Molloy talks to us about her Orchard School Project
 
A MOST IRREGULAR COLUMN
Gabriel Grumblebelly
 
Autumn 1993 (PM 4)
THE ADVENTURES OF A NATURAL AGRICULTURIST
Graham Lang writes about seven years of trial and error on a natural agricultural allotment
 
BURGESS PARK, LONDON
A Permaculture Design commended in a national competition by David Gale, Ian Snowden and Jennifer Greenway
 
BAMBOO
Michael Brisbane gives us a taste of the growing methods and many uses of this Jungle Giant
 
STRAW HOUSES
The history and latest developments using this construction method by John Daglish and Pascal Thepaut
 
RECONNECTING
Mike Johnson on Zen and the art of couch grass control
 
URBAN ECOLOGY IN DENMARK
A Report
 
THE TRANSITIONAL ETHICS OF MONEY
Rob Weston
 
HOW HEAVY IS YOUR MULCH?
Max O. Lindegger Investigates the use of newspaper for mulching and the risk of heavy metal contamination
 
GARDEN POLYCULTURES
Pam Colbran recounts the development of her Permaculture Garden over the last few years.
 
DESIGNING BETTER MEETINGS
Chris Dixon explores ways in which Permaculture Design Principles can encourage more fruitful meetings
 
TREE FREE PAPER
The Alternatives by Sue Riddlestone
 

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