Permaculture Magazine, North America Issue 08

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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 08:

 

IPC India Photo Album

A photo expose of the 13th International Permaculture Convergence in India, hosted by Aryana Agricultural Alternatives.

 

Learning to Live With Wildfire

Tracy Katleman describes several ways to work with your landscape to help prepare for forest fires.

Mesquite in Mexico

Gerardo Ruiz Smith explores how mesquite can be a
great resource in arid and semiarid climates.

Growing Cultural Connections In Detroit

Hannah Apricot Eckberg interviews Malik Yakini on how he’s growing more than just vegetables at D-Town Farms in Detroit.

 

Becoming An Earth Guardian

Sierra Robinson tells of her inspiration from Xiuhtezcatl Roske-Martinez which led her to create a chapter of Earth Guardians on Vancouver Island.

 

Worms At Work

Crystal Stevens explains how worms are not only great composters, but can be a fun way to teach about many subjects in schools as well.

 

The Earthbag Solution

In our Zone Zero series on natural building, Kelly Hart walks us through the steps to creating resilient buildings from Earthbags.

 

Tools From a Social Permaculture Course

Robina McCurdy and Robin Clayfield offer creative tricks and tools for applying permaculture to our social interactions.

 

Sorghum: A Forgotten Sweetener

Matt Powers delves into the many health benefits of sorghum, its carbon-sequestering abilities, and its ease of cultivation.

 

CPR: Citizen Preparedness Response

Preparing for possible disasters is part of any complete permaculture design. Get some tips on how to create an emergency kit today.

 

An Artivist In Action: Mavis Muller

McKibben Jackinsky interviews this unsung hero artivist on salmon in Alaska, and creating art with a message.

 

Recap of the Soil & Nutrition Conference

Sabre Mrkva reports on the Soil and Nutrition conference, revealing the important role of the microbiotic community, both in our bodies and in the soil.

 

An Artist in the Herb Garden

Laura Killingbeck shares the story of Nilsa Garcia-Rey, an agripreneur who grew her business at Round the Bend Farm.

 

Growing a Permaculture Business

Pete Widin offers advice to those looking to start a permaculture consulting business.