The Wellbeing Garden
Katie Shepherd describes how she designed and planted an urban garden from scratch and shows you how to provide food for the table, a haven for wildlife, and a space for art and permaculture education.
Plants of the Future, Knowledge from the Past
Ella Brolly meets the Cactus Man of London, and learns how these desert species and indigenous know-how are inspiring solutions for urban food.
The Gentle Art of Volunteering
Both experienced volunteer and project leader, Doug King-Smith describes how the reciprocity of volunteering transforms people.
Ursula Billington visits two projects growing mushrooms – one creating local food and building topsoil, the other helping to regenerate woodlands.
Strengthen Your Vision – Bring your creativity and gifts to the Great Turning
Looby Macnamara explains how we can use the Cultural Emergence toolkit to become the change we want to see in the world.
Holistic Farming: Healthy Food, Soil and Community
Matt Swarbrick shares the many tools and methods used at Henbant to create a thriving ecosystem that feeds local people, locks up carbon and offers a ‘wild’ space for people to reconnect.
Hunting Down Rare Seeds
Katie Hastings takes us on an adventure, finding, preserving and using rare seeds.
Locking Up Carbon with Biochar
Ariela Mashiah and C. Tabor Teachout explain how cultural fire practices plus new techniques reduce forest fires, create healthy soil and lock up carbon.
Forging Bonds with Nature
Sue Moore shares how 10,000ft2 of reclaimed ranch land in California has become an edible educational site, connecting children and adults to Nature and food.
Little Green Fingers – How to garden with a toddler
Mark Alexander describes how to grow veg with a happy little-one in tow.
Sharing Land – Food, people and biodiversity
Kathryn Clover describes a farm co-op where growers and crafters live and work in an allotment-style system on an organic English country estate.
How Rainwater Harvesting is Rejuvenating Entire Ecosystems
Arnima Jain describes the vital rainwater harvesting techniques that are rejuvenating rivers and entire ecosystems in Rajastan, India, nurturing the Womb of Mother Earth.
Acts of Restorative Kindness (ARKs)
Reformed landscape designer, Mary Reynolds, shares the magic that happens when she creates wildlife habitat.
Crabs in the Food Forest
Kevin P. Tremblay considers the many merits of the modest crab apple.
Be More Dog
Brigid Sundaram describes how to integrate dogs into your permaculture garden and make a harmonious shared space.