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Summer 2001 (PM 28)
ECO-FARMING
Michael Littlewood reports on British examples of economically viable, ecologically and socially sound farming.
 
GARDENING A COMMUNITY
Dr Paul Benham describes the transformation of bare fields into a thriving market garden and educational centre in Wales.
 
LIVING AMONGST THE TREES
Dan Mills reports on a low impact, sustainable living and educational project in a Devon Community woodland.
 
A HOME IN THE WOODS
Can 30 acres of woodland support two people and offer a happy, sustainable lifestyle? Wade Muggleton investigates.
 
DIET OF A FOREST DWELLER
Permaculture woodlander, Ben Law, describes a rich and varied diet which can be obtained from living in the woods.
 
BUFFALO CURRANTS
Fruit artisan, Clive Simms, extols the virtues of this delicious North American currant.
 
THE 'P' WORD
When is an organic garden permaculture and when is it not? Graham Burnett explains.
 
PARADISE FOUND IN THE AMAZON
Jennie O'Reilly describes a diverse permaculture project helping a displaced indigenous people restart a sustainable lifestyle in the Peruvian Amazon.
 
UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ELDERS
Herbaiist, Christina Stapley, presents delicious ideas for early Summer harvests.
 
LEAVE IT ALONE!
Tree surgeon, Cris Saunders, makes a plea for minimum intervention for garden trees.
 
THE TREE PLANTING MACHINE
Barry Noyce describes a broad scale tree planting machine which has been developed in the wilds of North Tipperary, Ireland.
 
THE RHYTHM OF LIFE
Deborah Sutcliffe gives sound advice for simple, natural birth control.
 
D.I.Y. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Sarah Hinds tells you how to make your own tea chest bass from recycled materials.
 
THE 'S' WORD
Does the abused word sustainability' irritate you? Tony Wrench has an alternative.
 
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