Articles Tagged with the word ‘permaculture’

 
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/ A permaculture journey

16 Jul 2013

 

Would-be veg growers are often deterred by the seeming complexity of home-growing, but as permaculture columnist Nicole Vosper says, it’s a learning exercise – even master gardeners were newbies once

 
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/ A permaculture journey

17 Apr 2013

 

Permaculture columnist Nicole Vopser explains controversial energy extraction methods and considers the energy rewards that permaculture can offer

 
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/ A permaculture journey

05 Nov 2012

 

Permaculture columnist Nicole Vopser explains how she has been using the principles of nature to act more effectively in caring for the Earth

 
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/ Agriculture

09 Oct 2012

 

Renowned permaculture expert Aranya talks about the environmental – and emotional – benefits of permaculture design

 
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/ Agriculture

19 Jul 2012

 

This year's London Permaculture Festival will focus on urban permaculture

 
Dizraeli & the Small Gods at Sunrise Celebration festival 2012
 

/ Arts, Culture

04 Jul 2012

 

Tom Lawson heads to Sunrise Celebration festival to see how it combines a party atmosphere with the chance to be part of a sustainable community

 
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/ A permaculture journey

26 Jun 2012

 

Permaculture apprentice Nicole Vosper sees her dreams coming to fruition as her medicine garden takes shape

 
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/ A permaculture journey

09 Dec 2011

 

A Permaculture Journey: Throughout the autumn, life has been all about harvesting

 
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/ A permaculture journey

11 Oct 2011

 

Connecting with people and connecting with plants; Nicole Vosper finds the balance

 
New online network to make permaculture mainstream
 

, / Agriculture, Sustainable Development

09 Jun 2011

 

A new website is showcasing permaculture projects and practitioners from across the world, in an effort to revolutionise the way permaculture is practiced and bring it into mainstream consciousness.

 

Wasting nothing in the living landscape

 
 

/ A permaculture journey, Food, Sustainable Development

09 Jun 2011

 

In my previous piece for this column, I mentioned the dilapidated raised beds I was restoring at my family's smallholding in Somerset, and the comfort I took in the principle 'small and slow'

 

Eastside Roots

 
 

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30 Apr 2009

 

Eastside Roots is creating a community gardening hub for Easton & the Bristol community using renovated derelict land by Stapleton Road train station

 

Rob Hopkins on Transition Culture

 
 

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22 May 2007

 

Sami Grover, environmental activist and Director of Sustainability at The Change, interviews Rob Hopkins, the man behind Transition Culture

 

Building Sustainable Communities

 
 

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03 Jan 2007

 

A permaculture design course 

Food Not Lawns

 
 

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21 Nov 2006

 

How to turn your yardinto a garden and your neighborhood into a community.Food Not Lawns combines practical wisdom on ecological design and community-building with a fresh, green perspective on an age-old subject.