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Reviews

Patrick Whitefield |
Tuesday, 26th January 2010
Stephen and Rebekah Hren, filled with a passion to live a sustainable life, got themselves some land out in the country, built a cob house, went off-grid and started growing vegetables. But soon they realised that the constant car trips back to town... more
 
Dearbhaile Bradley |
Tuesday, 26th January 2010
I love how Alastair McIntosh writes, and Rekindling Community is no exception. If you have access to Small is Beautiful, however, I would recommend you read this first as Rekindling Community is rooted in Schumacher's ideas. Given there are only a... more
 
Tony Rollinson |
Monday, 3rd August 2009
Through The Eye Of A Needle is a whimsical, illuminating, enchanting, and funny testament to one man's attempt to survive economic meltdown, tackle climate change, and enter the kingdom of heaven – by making his own clothes. Journalist John-Paul... more
 
Pippa Johns |
Monday, 3rd August 2009
All permaculture design starts with a period of thorough observation. Observing a site over time and doing our best to understand what is going on helps us to make decisions and take actions that work in harmony with the existing natural processes;... more
 
Graham Burnett |
Monday, 3rd August 2009
The Alternative Kitchen Garden is, according to author Emma Cooper, an evolving idea of what a kitchen garden could be in the twenty first century – organic, environmentally sustainable, resilient and about re-localising at least some of our food... more
 

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