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|Issue||73 - Autumn - 2012|
|Article1||INCAN AGRICULTURE REVISITED - Matthew Seal and Julie Bruton-Seal take an excursion into the ancient Andean agriculture of the Incas.|
|Article2||PERMANENT HORTICULTURE - Deano Martin experiments with John Jeavons’ biointensive growing methods and other aspects of permanent horticulture.|
|Article3||MAKING A SOLAR FOOD DRYER - John Adams describes how he made a solar food dehydrator and how it performed in a less than typical British summer.|
|Article4||NURTURE AND NATURE - Lusi Alderslowe wanted her son to learn from nature so she set up her own Earth Education group. She explains how and why!|
|Article5||TREATING WASTE WATER NATURALLY - Maddy Harland looks at the positive benefits of an ecological waste treatment system installed at the Sustainability Centre in Hampshire.|
|Article6||RIVER OF FLOWERS - Sophie Housley describes how a social enter-prise is creating urban wild flower corridors to help rescue our declining bee population.|
|Article7||HOW TO SURVEY A SITE - Whether it is a plot of land, a business, or social enterprise, Aranya describes the critical process of surveying to produce an effective design.|
|Article8||BIOMATRIX WATER - Lisa Shaw and Galen Fulford describe how they transform polluted waterways into lush water-front parkways using biomimicry.|
|Article9||HOW TO MAKE A PALLET SHED - Urban dweller Liz Darley describes how she and her partner made a garden greenhouse/shed from waste materials.|
|Article10||CULTIVATING COMMUNICATION SKILLS - Looby Macnamara offers some simple yet effective principles to help us become better communicators and listeners.|
|Article11||MULTI-FUNCTIONAL HEDGES - Tim Green applies permaculture thinking to hedgelaying and comes up with a stock proof, multi-functional design.|
|Article12||PERMACULTURE IN PANAMA - Joanna and Franck Marion visit Panama’s permaculture pioneer, John Douglas, and learn the art of ‘lazy’ farming.|
|Article13||PEAK OIL TRANSPORT - John Owen describes his six years living and travelling on the road and explains why this lifestyle is so very permacultural.|