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Autumn 2002 (PM 33)
JUST LISTEN
Leah Green describes how the art of compassionate listening has begun to heal wounds in the Middle East when no reconciliation seemed possible.
 
SEEDLESS GRAPES FOR COOL CLIMATES
Avid grape collector, Brian Edwards, invited his friends to a tasting and shares the results with us.
 
HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS IN THE GARDEN
Dr Mark Fisher introduces companion planting and describes how to plant guilds for healthy, robust gardens and farms.
 
A DREAM COME TRUE?
How Duarte Câmara made his dream of peace and plenty come true in beautiful Madeira.
 
LEARNING THROUGH THE SENSES
Marlies Lukkes visits a pioneering natural school in Cheshire.
 
BUILDING WITH STRAW BALES Part 2
Barbara Jones explains how to design and layout straw bale buildings.
 
SOWING SEEDS IN SUBURBAN SLOUGH
Janine Gray describes how a tree planting project in the midst of urban sprawl is taking the messages of sustainability into the heart of the community.
 
A GARDEN OF EDEN IN MALAWI
Malawi’s famine is high in the headlines, but Josie Redmonds visits a mountain project that demonstrates how eroded landscapes can grow a feast of food once again.
 
CALIFORNIA GREENING
Anastasia Ashman visits the celebrated eco-town of Davis, California.
 
PLANTING A NEW WOODLAND Part 2
Patrick Whitefield gives practical advice on the planning and layout of new wood- lands, and how to buy trees and other materials.
 
HOW TO MAKE AN EARTH OVEN DOOR
Kiko Denzer has some handy hints to finish your outdoor cooking area.
 
A WAY OF SEEING
Teaching doesn’t have to be all ‘chalk and talk’. Rob Hopkins describes how he teaches permaculture creatively.
 
WILDERNESS REGENERATION Part 2
Chris Dixon describes how we can not only actively encourage wild areas of land to regenerate but also create a harvest at the same time. Move over, sheep!
 
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