Permaculture Magazine, North America Issue 07

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Permaculture Magazine, North America – practical solutions beyond sustainability

 

Packed with informative articles, readers solutions, DIY designs, news, book, tool and product reviews, letters, classifieds and details of a wide range of related courses.

 

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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.
Published quarterly.

Articles In Issue 07:

 

Beavers: Ecological Restoration Agents

Michael Callahan of the Beaver Institute shares some of the many ways beavers benefit the landscape and restore certain ecosystems.

 

How To Live And Let Live In The Land Of The Beaver

Tim Sexauer works with Jakob Shockey and others to ease the strife between humans and beavers.

Multi-Functioning Food Forests: A Key To Our Future

On an adventure to Belize, Maddy Harland discovers the amazing food bounty and carbon sequestration powers that a food forest can provide.

Interview With Dolores Huerta

After a lifetime of activism, Dolores Huerta gets featured in a new film that shares her story. Hannah Apricot Eckberg facilitates the interview.

A Handmade Holiday Gift Guide

Crystal Stevens shares fun ways to create beautiful gifts from items around the house.

 

Citizens Proactive Response

Learn how to find and filter water in times of crisis in this excerpt from The Natural First Aid Handbook by Brigitte Mars.

 

Four Reasons To Grow Amaranth

Matt Powers shares why this power plant is a great addition to your garden and your kitchen.

Movement Permaculture

Katy Bowman applies some principles of permaculture to how we move and why it’s important to consider.

Mead Making Made Easy

A DIY guide to making honey mead by Frank Goldbeck of Golden Coast Mead.

Learning Pathways

Delvin Solkinson shares some of the most valuable lessons from his Permaculture Diploma adventure.

 

DIY Microgreens

No longer just a fancy garnish, Natalie Varrallo shares how you can add beauty and nutrition to your meals by growing your own microgreens.

Compost At A Community Level

James Loomis details his process for turning his community’s food waste into compost to use at Wasatch Gardens Farm in Salt Lake City.

 

Artivist: Micah Nelson

Micah Nelson shares wit, wisdom, and ways to make a difference in an interview with Hannah Apricot Eckberg.

 

How To Make Eco-Bricks

Simple instructions from the Peace on Earthbench Movement.

 

Hive Sweet Hive

Michael B. Chime details 4 main styles of hives to choose from when starting your beekeeping venture.

 

An Introduction To Cordwood Building

In our Zone Zero series on natural building, Rob Roy offers a step by step introduction to building with cordwood.

  

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