Posted by Robyn Rosenfeldt 7 months ago
Issue 9 of Pip Magazine is now in print and online.
This is our watery issue looking at the watery side of permaculuture with featureson seaweed and cliamte change, seaweed foraging, aquaponics, natural swimming pools, and sustainable home brewing.
We also have articles on crop rotation, growing peanuts, food forest conversionfrugal living, strawbale building and much more.
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|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course|
|Teacher: John Champagne|
|Location: Bermagui, Australia|
|Date: Sep 2011|