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Permaculture Magazine |
Monday, 14th March 2022
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Permaculture is now a worldwide movement but how do we scale it up to improve the lives of many millions of people? Delvin Solkinson talks with pioneering teacher, Rosemary Morrow, and Maddy Harland, editor and co-founder of Permaculture Magazine and book publishers, Permanent Publications. The...
 
Thursday, 23rd December 2021
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Alan Carter grows a diverse range of food (leaves, fruits, roots and flowers) on his 200 square metre allotment in Aberdeen. Maddy Harland has been growing a forest garden with fruit, nuts and unusual trees like Nepalese and Szechuan peppers on chalk for 30 years, with annual veg beds and a...
 
Permaculture Magazine |
Friday, 10th December 2021
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All permaculture design begins with 'Observe and Interact', but even this step doesn't taking into consideration the history of the land, its peoples and their traditions. Sarah Queblatin, co-founder of Green Releaf Initiative and the Living Story Landscape, believes all designing should take...
 
Permaculture Magazine |
Monday, 6th December 2021
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Learn how Tanya from Lovely Greens has created a low-maintenance vegetable and medicinal garden on a slope, and how she uses perennials and companion plants to create healthy soil and bountiful harvests. Tanya uses perennials and ground cover to prevent soil erosion. She spreads out plants of the...
 
Happen Films |
Wednesday, 11th August 2021
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Using a combination of permaculture and syntrophic agroforestry, Permadynamics in New Zealand are regenerating a 1.5 acre hillside that was left barren and lifeless after years of sheep grazing. The family team have transformed the space in just over a decade, creating a diverse food forest that is...
 
Permaculture Magazine |
Thursday, 29th July 2021
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Permaculture offers us practical solutions for healthy living, growing our own food, becoming more resilient and locking up carbon to slow down climate change. Meet Liz Zorab, from Byther Farm, who shows how permaculture methods and no dig help her grow 85% of her own food on less than an acre....
 
Permaculture Magazine / Drew Dellinger |
Monday, 5th July 2021
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An inspirational and warm encounter with pioneers and visionaries, Looby Macnamara, Jon Young, Drew Dellinger and Maddy Harland, ably facilitated by Delvin Solkinson, who explore the tools that underpin transformation. How can we change the world one step at a time? What are the values we need to...
 
SwaYYam & Permaculture Magazine |
Thursday, 24th June 2021
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Imagine transforming barren and empty landscapes into abundant food forests, layered with mangoes, legumes, garlic, herbs and corn. SwaYYam in South India is doing just this by using agroforestry and alley cropping to revitalise soils, produce an abundance of crops and educate local farmers....
 
Permaculture Magazine & BeeKayMakes |
Monday, 21st June 2021
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Often considered a weed, the nutrient-rich nettle (Urtica dioica) is ideal for transforming into a strong, natural fibre to be used in crafts and jewellery making, a natural garden string/twine and a yarn for weaving. Brigitte Kaltenbacher, a sustainable crafts practitioner from BeeKayMakes,...
 
Permaculture Magazine |
Friday, 11th June 2021
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Learn about the Design Web, part of the Cultural Emergence toolkit that can be applied to all aspects of life, including the relationships within your personal community. Connecting with our friends, family and neighbours by simply listening and hearing their needs and struggles can create strong...
 

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