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Autumn/Winter 1995 (PM 10)
RECYCLING AND BEYOND
Richard Boden looks at those first steps towards a sustainable community.
 
BROADSCALE PERMACULTURE REALITIES
Matt Dunwell from Ragman's Lane Farm explains why permaculture farming is different from back yard permaculture.
 
INCREDIBLE EDIBLE CITIES
Tony Garnet of the National Food Alliance reports on a growing trend in British cities.
 
KILLING THE SACRED COW – CONVERSATIONS WITH DAVID HOLMGREN: PART 3
Saving the planet by staying at home.
 
THE MINIMALIST GARDEN
In the first of a series of three articles, Patrick Whitefield introduces the concept of his favoured system of gardening.
 
PERMACULTURE DESIGN BITES
Each element performs many functions by Maddy Harland.
 
PERMACULTURE IN RWANDA
Maddy Harland tells the story of John Hunwick.
 
THE AYURVEDIC GARDEN
Judith Chase on natural pest and disease control methods she is developing in Kathmandu.
 
CARBON DIOXIDE AND THE SOIL
Bill Mollison provides data on carbon dioxide in the soil and offers an alternative perspective on global warming.
 
FURTHER THOUGHTS ON CO2 AND SOIL...
Dr Greg Samways enters the debate on the global carbon budget.
 
ECOLOGICAL LIVING AT PRINZHOFTE
Simon Pratt visits a centre for ecological questions and holistic learning and shares the founding insights which have led to a sustainable community.
 
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