Restoring the Oceans
Melissa Hobson visits a new wave of projects that are helping to regenerate our coastlines with kelp forests, seagrass and oyster reefs.
Tiny Yard Permaculture
Charlie Gray describes how she designed food systems for herself, family and community from her small backyard in Bradford.
Irresistible Plants for Health and Wildlife
Paul Alfrey serves up a polyculture for herbal tea, salad, fruits and Nature.
Thrutopia: Creating a New Story for a World in Transition
Bestselling novelist, Manda Scott, describes how we can breakthrough the current destructive capitalist system and design a flourishing future for generations to come.
Farming for the Future
David Wolfe takes us on a tour of farms that are planting innovative agroforestry systems in temperate Britain.
Wonderful Willow: Fuel, Restoration and Regeneration
Charlie Morton describes the many amazing functions and uses of willow.
Maia Raymond, Global Coordinator for Permayouth, shares the story of Nakafeero Brenda who is restoring her community through seeds, kitchen gardens and indigenous knowledge.
Giving Nature a Voice
Brontie Ansell explores how to appoint Nature as a company director, how it works legally, and what the impacts are of this radical shift in mindset.
Conserving Energy in the Garden
Liz Zorab describes how she preserves her energy and takes time to pause whilst still completing seasonal tasks.
Grow Your Own Medicine
Medicinal herbalist, Kate Goater, explains how to plan and plant a native herb garden.
Toilet Solidarity: Compost toilets for all
Mary Mellet reviews different designs, including the treebog, urine separators and simple container loos.
Crafting an Enterprise with Permaculture
Jan Martin and Jon Saye explain how they set up a craft supplies retail business to reduce waste, rehome preloved items and offer workshops.
Social Permaculture: Through The Bioregional Lens
Permaculture design is often confined to the garden, but it doesn’t have to be! Rosemary Morrow introduces how we can apply it to societies.