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Permaculture magazine #119 – single issue

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Permaculture magazine – earth care, people care, future care

This leading environmental magazine gets to the heart of permaculture and sustainable living internationally. It features practical thought provoking articles on organic gardening, sustainable agriculture, agroforestry, climate change, peak oil, ecovillages, alternative technology, eco-architecture, personal and community development and much more. Packed with informative articles, reader's solutions, DIY designs, news, book, tool and product reviews, letters, classifieds and details of a wide range of related courses. Published quarterly. A4. 88pp.

Published 31/01/2024

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PM119 contents

The Lions’ Gate Permaculture Garden
Callum Egans explains how his academic community transformed
The Lions’ Gate at Napier University, Edinburgh, into a series of permaculture gardens to create a healthier, nature-focused form of educational workplace.

Creating Regenerative Communities
Yearn for community but don’t know where to find it? Joanna Crowson, Jorge Gallardo and Andrew Zionts Abrams describe how they have created small gatherings to actively build community locally.

Gardens in the Sky
Mary Mellet from Re-Alliance reveals how urban rooftop agriculture can be a solution to lack of land, wherever you are in the world.

Permaculture gardens to inspire
Aleksandra Kudojare from Permakultur Danmark shares why ‘permaculture gardens’ are so important as demonstration sites, and reveals how she exemplifies the concept in her own garden.

Quick Edibles for the Impatient Gardener
Vera Greutink shares how to grow quick and easy greens in the cooler part of the year.

Creating a Pond to Combat Drought
Eduardo Terzidis describes his water capturing design in a dry climate, and how he’s created a biodiverse microclimate with his greywater pond.

Spring in the Perennial Garden
Pippa Chapman gives her practical tips for an easy-to-maintain garden later in the year.

Learning to See the Bees
Shane Sater encourages us to identify our garden insect species to fully appreciate the incredible diversity, even in a small food forest.

Returning to a Place of Belonging in the Natural World
Deep Nature Connection mentors Peter Cow and Sky-Maria Buitenhuis share practices to support your ecological homecoming.

Principles of Regenerative Agriculture
Ross Mars shares five important guiding actions for holistic food systems and how these are relevant to growing systems of all scales.

Maximise your Space with Guilds
Perrine and Charles Hervé-Gruyer explain how we can stack crops in space and time by planting guilds in the garden and on the farm.

Thrutopia Permacultures of Intelligence and Wisdom
In her fourth article, bestselling author Manda Scott explores how ‘small islands of coherence’ – think regenerative communities – can shift entire systems.

Top Tips for Top Fruit
Apple-addict, Wade Muggleton urges us all to cultivate a bit of our own home-grown fruit, no matter what size space we have.

Growing Community 
Food

Hamish Evans tells the story of Middle Ground Growers, a small market garden in Somerset that feeds 200 families, supplies wholesalers and trains the next generation of farmers.

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