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Summer 1996 (PM 12)
RIVERSIDE COMMUNITY GARDEN
A group of Cardiff residents called REACT (Riverside Environment Action) have transformed a barren lifeless space into a vibrant lush urban oasis, writes Michele Fitzsimmons.
 
PERMACULTURE GOES TO SCHOOL
Stephen Froom, permaculture designer tells the story of how permaculture went to school with sponsorship from the Devon Wildlife Trust.
 
CLOSE TO THE LAND & HOLDING YOUR GROUND
David Crouch describes the changing culture of allotments, the reasons for their decline and their vital place in permaculture.
 
THE MINIMALIST GARDEN – Part 3
In the last of a series of three articles, Patrick Whitefield looks at how to establish and maintain his favoured system of gardening – highly productive with minimal effort.
 
PERMACULTURE DESIGNBITE
Maddy Harland continues this series on the essence of permaculture design with a look at Efficient Energy Planning.
 
COMMUNITY GLUE
Glen Ochre talks about the 95 acre Commonground project in Australia, taking a step beyond infrastructure design into solutions for community conflict.
 
CULTURAL SHIFTS
Eco-villages & the Internet, an interview with Ross Jackson, co-founder of the Gaia Trust in Denmark. Maddy Harland reports.
 
GUMMER BURSTS BUBBLE
How English law has redefined permaculture by Simon Fairlie, Rob Hopkins & Bill Mollison.
 
TRANSITIONAL TOILET
Michael Guerra showcases his dry toilet design for the permaculturist in a tight spot!
 
PERMACULTURE AND PERSONAL TRANSPORT
In this first of two articles investigating alternative forms of transport, David Henshaw considers the current options in the fight to stop the countryside being swallowed up by yet more roads and inevitable traffic jams.
 
CARRY THAT LOAD
The pulling power of bike trailers and the advantages of non-polluting, low environmental impact transport choices are examined by David Davies.
 
THE ECOFLOW FUEL CONDITIONER
Robin Roper reviews this emissions cutting product for motor vehicles.
 
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