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Winter 2003 (PM 38)
CREATING A WALLED EDIBLE & ORNAMENTAL GARDEN
How Terry Wolf changed a run down yard into a beautiful and productive garden.
 
FROM PLANT TO PAINTBOX
Kathleen Askew explains how to make your own watercolours from fruit and flowers.
 
Kathleen Askew explains how to make your own watercolours from fruit and flowers.
Last summer Hildur Jackson visited a remarkable ecovillage project in Hungary.
 
RUNNING A DIESEL ENGINE ON VEGETABLE OIL
How Darren Hill converted his vehicles to biodiesel and solved a few problems.
 
POOLING YOUR RESOURCES
Here’s how Permalot turned a fire pond into a natural swimming pool by Max Vittrup Jenson.
 
HOW TO SHARE YOUR SHOWER WITH YOUR GARDEN
Judith Hanna installs a simple greywater recycling system.
 
REVOLUTION DISGUISED AS ORGANIC GARDENING
Permaculture can transform lives. A story from war-torn, poverty stricken El Salvadore by Karen Inwood.
 
CRYSTAL WATERS 15 YEARS ON
What is life like in Australia’s most famous ecovillage? Max Lindegger and Val Brown report.
 
THE RECYCLED GARDEN
Maddy Harland reveals how to beg, steal and borrow your lunch at PM.
 
PUTTING THE ‘B’ INTO PERMACULTURE
Mark Smith describes how to design an apiary into a permaculture system.
 
PERMACULTURE PIZZA
Deep in the African bush Molly Spitta and Stephan Ille have been making earth ovens, inspired by an article in PM31.
 
HOW TO MAKE HERBAL COMPRESSES
Kolbjourn Borseth describes how our garden plants can be made used for healing.
 
LIFE AMONGST THE PEPPERMINT GUMS
A fine example of permaculture design from the southern hemisphere by Alanna Moore.
 
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