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Autumn 2003 (PM 37)
ECOLIVING IN THE SPANISH MOUNTAINS
Tony Wrench discovers an ecovillage high up in the mountains of northwestern Spain.
 
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.
 
GROW YOUR OWN ROOF
Maddy Harland describes how to turn a tar and pitch roof into a haven for the birds and bees.
 
HALF TIME CREEK
The drama of flood and drought at Tom Baugh’s creek at White Oak Cottage.
 
BRIGHT ’N BREEZY
Merlyn Peter takes a tour of Brighton’s thriving permaculture projects.
 
A WOODLAND FOR EVERYONE
How to purchase and plant a community woodland with no capital by Ele Waters.
 
A GREEN TEMPLE FROM WASTE
Andy Portman made a beautiful greenhouse/living space from recycled glazing. Here’s how!
 
FLEXI-SCHOOLING
The story of how Lisa Mundle pioneered the acceptance of part-time schooling in Wales.
 
OF MICROBES & MOLASSES
Alexander Hodgson explains how a simple brew of symbiotic organisms could revolutionise composting.
 
POWERING PATRICK’S PEDALS
Patrick Whitefield enthuses about one of the best purchases he’s ever made – an electric bike.
 
SEEDS ON THE WIND OF CHANGE
Ro and Joanna Piekarski describe a radical new educational programme for world changers.
 
THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL
How Graham Burnett combines permaculture ethics with work and money in the ‘Real World’.
 
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