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 06:
The Sioux Chef
Sean Sherman is reconnecting people to an “ancient pantry” through the culinary and farming practices of indigenous peoples.
Growing Community By Growing Clothes
Raven Ranson shares how local regions can grow their own clothing and strengthen community.
Artivist At Large: A Chat With Jack Johnson
Musician and activist Jack Johnson talks about creating global change by multiplying individual action by millions.
Zone Zero: Light Straw Clay Building
Natural building expert and author Lydia Doleman explores the ins and outs of Light Straw Clay construction.
Three Permaculture Tales of the Carribean
Mark Olalde shares stories of how permaculture offers a path to self-reliance, community strength, and land regeneration on islands of the Caribbean.
Maddy Harland interviews Eric Toensmeier and Kevin Byuke about Drawdown, the new game-changing book on climate change solutions.
The Agriculture of Hope
Soil4Climate explores the people and policies behind climate farming.
Dr. Elaine Ingham answers the question, “What is the best way to deal with weeds from a permaculture perspective?”
Biochar: The What and The Why
Josiah Hunt explains biochar and looks at the practical applications for your garden or farm.
A Little For You, A Little For Me: Medicinal Herbs
On the north shore of Kauai, Kerr Jackson shares her go-to plant choices for creating a living medicine tool box.
James Loomis helps homeless women get on their feet and find their mojo in the soil of their urban farm, The Green Team Farm in Salt Lake City.
The Green Urban Lunch Box
Kelli Case reports on the Green Urban Lunch Box, a converted bus that unites generations and brings organic veggies to food deserts.
The Hierarchy of Water Conservation
Josh Carmichael explains the hierarchy of steps to using water more wisely.
Growing Mushrooms Outdoors
Outdoor mushroom cultivation is made easy with DIY step-by-step instructions from mycology expert Peter McCoy.
Pete Widin helps guide us to a successful garden through strategic planning of space and time.
Permaculture is transforming a 23-mile stretch of the Bronx River. Mario Yanez shares the story and technology to help other communities do the same.