Permaculture Magazine - #77 - PDF download
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|Issue||77 - Autumn - 2013|
|Article1||LOCKING UP CARBON - Albert Bates explores the most effective way to stabilise the global climate.|
|Article2||NATURAL FARMING - Joan Bailey visits a farm in Japan that is following in the footsteps of Fukuoka.|
|Article3||FIVE AWESOME TRANSITION IDEAS - We picked five inspiring, ideas from Rob Hopkins’ new book, The Power of Just Doing It.|
|Article4||PIGS IN PLASTIC - Stuart Anderson describes how he used recycled plastic to build a durable pig ark.|
|Article5||GROW YOUR OWN ENERGY COUNTRYWIDE - Eoin Craven reports on Austria’s energy revolution which has created energy security, employment and reduced CO2.|
|Article6||THE ART OF SPOON CARVING - Rozie Apps visits her local sweet chestnut coppice and discovers the delights of carving her own spoons.|
|Article7||CIDER - Wade Muggleton exorts us all to become cider drinkers.|
|Article8||PERMACULTURE SCIENCE - Chris Warburton Brown suggests seven key criteria to develop permaculture as a science.|
|Article9||REWILDING CHILDREN - Charlotte Dean explains how tackling nature deficit disorder in young children helps them to develop empathy and ethics.|
|Article10||ECO-LOGICAL FARMING - Patrick Whitefield visits a farm which is being designed to work like a natural ecosystem.|
|Article11||GARDEN REMEDIES - Stephanie Hafferty, explains how to make a variety of garden preparations to feed plants, prevent and treat disease, deter unwanted insects and other animals.|
|Article12||A RAY OF LIGHT IN SOUTH AFRICA - Lili Zandpour explains how permaculture has become a powerful tool to uplift communities and facilitate self-reliance.|
|Article13||MINI FORSET GARDEN GREENHOUSE - Maddy Harland describes how she uses every available space to grow a variety of crops in a small greenhouse.|
|Article14||RESTORING A TRADITIONAL ECOSYSTEM - John Lewis visits family in the Algarve and sees how a derelict smallholding has been transformed with permaculture.|