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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.
 
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