Spring 2021 (PM 107)
Self-Sufficiency on a Budget
Liz Zorab describes how to set up a productive veggie garden by being creative and resourceful.
How to Improve New-Build Gardens
Jennifer Lauruol explains how she uses regenerative permaculture to create wildlife-friendly and attractive havens.
Look Back in Anger
Seasoned campaigner, Jonathon Porritt, highlights the dangers of procrastination and makes an urgent case for climate action.
Transformative Adaptation
Rupert Read presents a new approach to the climate crisis, one that unites practical mitigation with protest.
Designing a Community Farm for a Pandemic
Jennifer Macdonald shares how her family set up a land-based business in the pandemic and, through sheer hard work and support, they have thrived.
From Slash and Burn to Food Forests
Sean Dixon Sullivan describes how a simple approach to contour planting can blossom into a forest of solutions.
Outlawing Ecocide
The global campaign co-founded by visionary lawyer, Polly Higgins, lives on and goes from strength to strength. Leonora Fisher outlines the latest international developments.
Unstink The World!
Simon Constantine wants to make business a force for good in the world. Here he explains how entrepreneurship and philanthropy can be a winning combination.
Young Permaculturists are Changing the World!
The 2020 Youth in Permaculture Prize, highlighting three innovative projects that create positive, solution-based change for thousands of people.
IBC Tanks Rock
Matthew Watkinson explains why IBC tanks are an upcycler’s dream.
Nurturing Soil, Nourishing Souls
By bringing people together, EcoHub creates fertile ground for healing trauma, bridging divides and regenerating the natural environment.
Permaculture in the Living Landscape
Rob Owen and Mim McDonald explore what happens when we apply permaculture principles to land management at scale.
We are the Tree Generation
Rob Squires has spent his life finding solutions. Now he wants to scale up carbon sequestration by making new woodlands financially viable.
The Place of Pasture-Fed Cattle in the Landscape
Can we balance farm animals in permaculture systems and the landscape at large? Wade Muggleton shares his experiences of keeping a small herd of cattle.
Mix It Up!
Kim Stoddart explains why, in the time of climate crisis, polycultures offer a resilient alternative to a block planted veg patch.
Grow Your Own Seasonal Remedies
Anne Stobart suggests plants to boost immunity and wellbeing from the medicinal home and forest garden.
Developing Personal Resilience with Permaculture
Jasmine Dale suggests a technique to help us identify our resources and challenges, bringing greater balance into our lives.