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Winter 2002 (PM 34)
10 YEARS AFTER
Michael Guerra reviews a decade of living and growing on the urban edge.
 
CREATING CEREMONY
Ideas and stories from Glennie Kindred and Lu Garner about how to contact the sacred in our lives.
 
MAKING A SPLASH!
Paul Wagland reports on two natural swimming pools recently installed by Michael Littlewood.
 
HOW TO MAKE A DIY WORMERY
Reader, Paul Webster, shares his inexpensive and easy to make worm bin design.
 
CHIKUKWA CALLING
John Wilson tells how a large community in Zimbabwe turned dust into fertility where trees, orchards, gardens and flowing springs now thrive.
 
SEEDS OF DOUBT
Hugh Warwick reports on the latest developments in the GM heartland, North America.
 
BOTTLING IT UP
How to preserve food and store your surplus with Kate McEvoy.
 
APPLE GROWING – A SIMPLE GUIDE
Marcus Carlton offers some useful tips before you place your orders for new apple trees.
 
SHEDDING THE OLD FOR THE MODERNIST
Rob Street’s version of new organic architecture... in the garden.
 
THE JOY OF EARTHEN PLASTERS
How to use this easily applied, recyclable material for interiors by Flora Gathorne-Hardy.
 
PLANTING A NEW WOODLAND Part 3
Patrick Whitefield describes how to plant and care for your new wood.
 
THE ANCIENT ART OF DRY STONE WALLS
Brenda Koo discusses where you can learn about this important art.
 
CARING COMMUNITIES IN PORTUGAL
Jonathan Evelight reports on two examples of ecovillage living in southern Portugal.
 
THE GREAT ORGANIC PULLOVER
Chris Tompkins bravely goes forth in search of the sustainable sweater.
 
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