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Singing a more Natural Song
Hildur Jackson visits EcoVillage at Ithaca and receives a warm welcome, despite the climate
 
Fertile Relationships
Alzena Wilmot and Rik Humphreys describe a way of growing healthy vegetables on poor soil
 
A Dip in a Natural Swimming Pool
Maddy Harland takes a dip in a natural swimming pool at ZEGG and finds out how they built it
 
Planning a Polytunnel
How to buy, site and erect a polytunnel. Ever-practical reader, Mark Smith, shares the benefits of his experience
 
Grow Your Own Building
Alan Cameron-Duff and Annabel Fawcus show that building with cob is easy and great fun. Dip your hands in the mud and have a go!
 
In Search of Peace and Tranquility
Is relocating in Southern Greece a route to paradise or a road to hell? Linda Vincent tells her story
 
Eat Less Meat
Clive Davidson makes no bones about how eating too much meat damages the land, water resources and health
 
Eco-Toad Hits the Road
When Pooran Desai has a mid-life crisis he doesn’t do it by halves!
 
Beyond Potatoes
Patrick Whitefield describes how a permaculture family make a diverse living from the land in Ireland
 
TO BOLDLY GO
Jean Armin returns to a recurrent readers’ fascination - the construction of a DIY compost toilet.
 
THE BUNKHOUSE GARDEN
Patrick Whitefield describes a garden he designed that has to feed a group of visitors in very specific periods of the year.
 
THE WOODLAND RENAISSANCE
Tino Rawnsley argues passionately that the wholesale regeneration of coppicing with its allied skills and enterprises is a key to a more sustainable Britain.
 
FROM PLANT TO PAINTBOX
Kathleen Askew explains how to make your own watercolours from fruit and flowers.
 
Kathleen Askew explains how to make your own watercolours from fruit and flowers.
Last summer Hildur Jackson visited a remarkable ecovillage project in Hungary.
 
RUNNING A DIESEL ENGINE ON VEGETABLE OIL
How Darren Hill converted his vehicles to biodiesel and solved a few problems.
 
MIX YOUR VEGETABLES & REAP THE REWARDS
How to share light, time and companions in the vegetable garden by Patrick Whitefield.
 
THE POWER OF SUPPLY & DEMAND
Paul Wagland investigates green electricity.
 
NATURAL PAINTS
The art and craft of making natural paints and finishes by Lynn Edwards.
 
CREATING AN ECO-KITCHEN
How George Marshall made his DIY solid wood kitchen for a song.
 
SUNNY SIDE SHADY SIDE
How to make the best of sun and shade in the domestic garden by the ever practical Patrick Whitefield.
 
PLANNING FOR CHANGE
With planning policies under review in Britain, Simon Fairlie reports on the inequities of the system and argues how it could be changed for the better.
 
DOWNSHIFTING BACK TO FRONT
How Jennie and Ian Lock left their country idyll for a market town and discovered neighbours.
 
RECHARGING THE SOIL
Jane Cobbald offers a taste of the ideas and work of Austrian visionary and inventor, Viktor Schauberger.
 
STORING YOUR SURPLUS Part 2
Low-tech and effective ways of drying and storing food by Kate McEvoy.
 

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