Pip Magazine – Issue 5 (Print)

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Wanting to live a more sustainable life?
Let us inspire you with Pip Magazine – Issue 5

Pip Magazine – Issue 5 comprises stories from across Australia. Pip will help you grow, build, eat, thrive, nurture, and connect your way to a more sustainable life and planet.

Issue 5 features articles by Nick RoseTammi JonasDavid HolmgrenBruce PascoeAlbert BatesKirsten Bradley and also loads of other fabulous permies!

Articles include: 

  • Fair food: what a fair food system looks like,
  • how to create a double-dig garden, biochar, 
  • how to build a coolroom,
  • an alternative Australian history,
  • Aboriginal food plants
  • how to make greywater system,
  • tiny house builder Rob Scott,
  • and you’ll discover our new kids section kids’ patch with articles for and by little people…

Order your copy of issue 5 of Pip magazine delivered to your door and read about fair food, bio char, aboriginal traditional foods, double dig gardening, nature kids and so much more.

Contents

Fair food: time for a change by Nick Rose

Putting the ‘culture’ back into agriculture By Robert Pekin with Emma-Kate Rose

Food that connects by Tammi Jonas

Ten ways to create a fairer food system By Kate Raymond, Jennifer Richards and Sharon Lee

Folk creating a fair food future By Robyn Rosenfeldt

Retrosuburbia: a downshifter’s guide to a resilient future by David Holmgren

From degraded land to abundance: bethel business and community development Centre, lesotho by Frances Howe

 

Grow:

Biochar by Albert Bates

Profile: Borja Valls – market gardener By Robyn Rosenfeldt

Double-digging a garden bed the biointensive way by Kirsten Bradley

Build:

Josh’s house by Ross Mars and Maria Mcconkey

Profile: Rob Scott – ’tiny house’ Builder by Adam Hickman

Build your own coolroom by Gina and Peter Silis

Eat:

Aboriginal traditional foods and An alternative Australian history By Bruce Pascoe

Profile: Su Dennett by Ian Lillington

Cooking from the harvest by Jodie Lane

Thrive:

Urban food street by Kay Kerr

Profile: Cara Edwards – urban farmer by Maria Mcconkey

Bioregions: our spirit of place by John Champagne and Ian Lillington

Nurture:

Nature kids: education for sustainable living by Morag Gamble

Connecting with nature for a positive world by Robin Clayfield

Design:

Designing an urban Sanctuary by Ben Buggy

Profile: Taj Scicluna by Ben Buggy

Simple greywater garden design by Dan Deighton

Additional information

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