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|Issue||72 - Summer - 2012|
|Article1||SUCCESSFULLY DEALING WITH DROUGHT - Peppi Gauci describes a permaculture project in Malta that has transformed a windswept arid landscape into an abundant oasis.|
|Article2||FEED THE WORLD - Patrick Whitefield looks at whether permaculture can feed the world whilst reducing our use of fossil fuel derived pesticides and fertilisers.|
|Article3||WHY PERMACULTURE NEEDS DESIGN - Aranya explains why design is central to permaculture and how it enables us to consciously create more harmonious, low impact lives.|
|Article4||APPLIED OBSERVATION - Wade Muggleton explains why a cup of tea and a wander is a valuable daily habit for a productive garden.|
|Article5||DESIGNING YOUR LIFE WITH PERMACULTURE - Looby Macnamara describes how to become the person you have always wanted to be!|
|Article6||HOW TO PROPAGATE A FOREST GARDEN - Pippa Greenwood, explains how to grow your own forest garden from scratch.|
|Article7||BUILDING COMMUNITY - Zoë Foster on joining a cohousing community and helping set up an energy saving project.|
|Article8||LEARNING BY DOING - Nicole Vosper reports on a permaculture design programme that invites diversity and action.|
|Article9||10 REASONS TO DO A PERMACULTURE COURSE - We want to encourage all of our readers to take a Permaculture Design Course: here’s why.|
|Article10||FROM FLEECE TO FELT - Rosie Hazleton explains how to dye and felt fleece while working outdoors.|
|Article11||PRODUCTIVE PERMACULTURE ON A SMALL SCALE - Anni Kelsey explains why she grows plants all mixed together in her garden|
|Article12||ROCKET STOVES IN THE PHILIPPINES - Penelope Reyes describes how rocket stoves are saving fuel and reducing lung disease.|
|Article13||DRYLAND PERMACULTURE IN PALESTINE - Last autumn Annie Neligan visited the Marda Permaculture Project in Palestine.|
|Article14||THE PERMACULTURE PIGGERY - Kate Fox explains how to set up a small piggery.|
|Article15||FIRE AND WILD FOOD COOKERY - Wendy Vickerman describes a school where children have a land based way of learning, much of it practical and hands on.|