Permaculture Magazine, North America – practical solutions beyond sustainability
Packed with informative articles, readers solutions, DIY designs, news, book, tool, and product reviews, classifieds, and details of a wide range of related courses.
Articles In Issue 04:
The Bullocks Brother’s Homestead
Delvin Solkinson and Dana Wilson share practical skills gained at an Advanced Permaculture Design Course at the infamous Bullock Brother’s Homestead
Permaculture in Universities
Discover what university permaculture program might be a good fit for you or your school as Kat Zimmer shares her research of the different higher education options now available in North America.
A Tribute to Toby Hemenway
Close friends and students contribute to a heartfelt memorial to an amazing author, teacher, and renaissance.
Advice for the Permaculture Movement From Bill McKibben of 350.org
PMNA’s Hannah Apricot Eckberg caught up with Bill McKibben at Bioneers to ask what we can learn from 350.org’s global mobilizing efforts.
Pioneers of Permaculture
The Gaia Craft Team interviews leading women pushing the edges of permaculture: Starhawk, Rosemary Morrow, Robina McCurdy, Robin Clayfield, Maddy Harland, and Looby Macnamara.
An interview with David Karr, co-founder of Guayaki Yerba Mate, who shares how the company uses business to care for people, the planet, and the future.
Stephen Brooks is creating ecovillages that work, festival gatherings, and permaculture education centers in Costa Rica that offer inspiration to the world.
Think Outside the Jar: Creative Kombucha Treats
Hannah Crum and Alex LaGory cook up many fun recipes for the health conscious in their new book, The Big Book of Kombucha.
Walnuts In Wisconsin
How Laurie Neverman’s permaculture dreams turned into a thriving homestead in the Midwest, and how you can replicate aspects of it on your own land.
Clip With Confidence
The pros and cons and do’s and don’ts of Spring Time pruning insights by Robert Kourik.
Designing Our Way Out of Drought
From the midst of California’s many years of drought, Connor Jones of Ojai Permaculture asks, “Is Drought a Choice?”
In her third installment, Dr. Elaine Ingham provides results from continued scientific experiments in soil biology and health.
Ten Handy Garden Tools
Ross Mars shares an excerpt from his book The Permaculture Transition Manual that every gardener will find useful.
Off the Beet-en Path
How your garden and kitchen could greatly benefit from the bounty of golden beets as told by Matt Powers.
Brew Your Own Compost Tea
The Ecology Center offers step-by-step process for you to become your plant’s favorite mixologist.
Florida, Food Forests, Failures, and a lot of Fruit
Learning from mistakes helped David Good turn an unlikely property in Northern Florida into a bountiful food oasis.
The Palletable Cobin
Sir Cobalot, Miguel Elliott, teaches us about a creative twist to a DIY Tiny Home for under $500.
The Hunt for Medicinal Mushrooms
Mycologist Peter McCoy guides us on how to identify and create extractions from 6 of North America’s mushrooms that are loaded with medicinal benefits.
Zone Zero – Building Science Basics – Part 2
Your home’s moisture levels are key to your health and your home’s health. Jacob Deva Racusin walks us through the 5 D’s for moisture control strategies.