Pip Collection Subscription

Pip Collection Subscription

From: $125.00 inc. gst for 1 year

Issue 1, 4, 7  & 9 – Digital download.  (All print copies have sold out.)
Issue 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 10 & 11– Print copies. Mailed to your letterbox straight away!
Issue 9 – Shop returned. (May have a price tag on it and some minor marks.)

The Pip collection subscription includes a one or two year subscription to Pip and the Pip Collection.

This subscription starts with your choice of the current issue, Issue 12, pictured here OR the next Issue 13, out February 2019.

If this is intended as a gift, let us know as we can slip a little note into the magazine, letting the lucky recipient know there are more issues to come!

Save more than 10% with this Pip Collection Subscription!

Make your choice in the dropdown. Start with the current issue, Issue 11 pictured here OR the next Issue, Issue 12, out October 2018.

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Pip 2019 Kitchen Garden Calendar

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The Pip collection subscription includes a one or two year subscription to Pip and the Pip Collection.

Issue 1, 4 & 7 – Digital download.  (All print copies have sold out.)
Issue 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10 and 11 – Print copies. Mailed to your letterbox straight away! (Issue 9 is shop returned, may have some damage.)

In Pip #1

You’ll learn about:

  • food forests
  • shitake mushroom
  • locavore
  • wild weaving
  • deep ecology
  • swapsies
  • food security
  • herbal first aid
  • greenhouses
  • natural dyes

In Pip #2

You’ll learn about:

  •  composting toilets,
  • how to grow your own meat,
  • the ethics and heart of social entrerprise,
  • growing a community garden,
  • Professor Stuart Hill explores the concept of meaningful change and how to bring it about in Nurturing an inner permaculture to enable a deeper outer permaculture
  • and much more.

In Pip #3

You’ll learn about:

  • fermenting (read this article for free),
  • the role of mushrooms in a permaculture system,
  • how to declutter your house and life,
  • the benefits of bamboo,
  • what a permablitz is,
  • how to build an upside down no-dig garden,
  • and much more.

In Pip #4

You’ll learn about:

  • Issue 4 has a focus on bees and what we can do to save them with articles on the plight of bees, native bees and a complete guide to choosing the best backyard beehive.
  • soil,
  • perennials,
  • the art of free travel,
  • a permaculture diet,
  • sharing permaculture with your children,
  • earth bag building
  • a complete directory to permaculture and related courses around the country.

In Pip #5

You’ll learn about:

  • Fair food: what a fair food system looks like,
  • creating a double-dig garden, biochar,
  • how to build a coolroom,
  • an alternative Australian history,
  •  Aboriginal food plants
  • simple to make greywater system,
  • tiny house builder Rob Scott,
  •  our new kids section kids’ patch with articles for and by little people
  • Issue 5 features articles by Nick Rose, Tammi Jonas, David Holmgren, Bruce Pascoe, Albert Bates, Kirsten Bradley and loads of other fabulous permies!

In Pip #6

You’ll learn about:

  • tiny house living
  • wild food foragers
  • natural building techniques
  • slow fashion
  • edible flowers
  • crop succession planting
  • rocket stoves
  • natural building materials

In Pip #7

You’ll learn about:

  • backyard chooks
  • a complete guide to chicken health care
  • breeding chickens and raising chickens for meat
  • growing garlic for year round supply
  • pickling
  • Japanese fermenting
  • natural dyeing
  • electric vehicles
  • homeschooling
  • permaculture designed properties profiles
  • rare trade artisans

In Pip #8

You’ll learn about:

  • profile series on urban farmers around Australia
  • a guide to growing raspberries
  • an exploration of bush schools
  • a look at an Adelaide Earthship project and a profile on permaculture pioneer Rosemary Morrow
  • how to knit beanies
  • make a DIY compost toilet
  • grow your own mulch
  • how to grow and cook native bush foods.
  • keeping goats and their role in a permaculture system
  • meet the goat co-op members at Hibi Farm in urban Melbourne
  • Ecoburbia, an experimental housing initiative in Fremantle

In Pip #9

You’ll learn about:

  • Build your own natural swimming pool
  • building a Straw-bale home: small and slow solutions
  • foraging for Edible Seaweed
  • rental gardening
  • build your own fire bath
  • home brew sustainable beer
  • more nature and less screen time for your kids
  • Issue 9 features articles by Dr Alecia Bellgrove, Anton Vikstrom, Rhonda Hetzel, Justin Calverley, Sarah Hardgrave, Django Van Thole and loads of other fabulous permies!

In Pip #10

You’ll learn about:

  • The retrosuburbia movement
  • how you can better achieve a work/life balance.
  • Hear from refugee gardeners across the country
  • visit some amazing permaculture properties (including our very own Pip HQ)
  • get the low-down on tomato preserving.
  • growing tips to suit your climate
  • advice on small spaces
  • look at verge gardening
  • get crafty, whipping up some natural hair products and plastic-free solutions
  • make new friends with your own street library.

In Pip #11

You’ll learn about:

  • natural cheesemaking
  • biodynamics
  • what’s involved in owning your own house cow
  • cob house building
  • permaculture design
  • natural burials
  • how to build a wicking bed
  • live off your own produce
  • crochet some winter warming gloves
  • tackle your pest problems naturally.

This subscription starts with your choice of the current issue, Issue 12 pictured here OR the next Issue, Issue 13, out February 2019.

If this is intended as a gift, let us know as we can slip a little note into the magazine, letting the lucky recipient know there are more issues to come!

Save more than 10% with this Pip Collection Subscription!

 

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