Willow coppice Wales

Willow must be the fastest growing tree in our temperate climate. It likes full sun and no competition and can establish itself rapidly. It also ...
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Biochar on a bonfire

Treflach farm laid some of their hedges last winter. This created piles of brash, narrow diameter sticks and twigs that are hard to use usefully ...
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Solstice message 2020

Permaculture 2021, a solstice message looking forward after a tumultuous year, from sector39
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Making fuel from plastic waste

Reclaiming energy from plastic is a huge untapped potential and can help eliminate the plastic waste slowly choking the envirnoment.
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Food forest at Save

This might not look like much but it is the product of 11 months of work, at Save school, Huye Rwanda. In that time we ...
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Felix’s story

Felix’s permaculture story from Homa Bay Kenya
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The end of oil is looming, finally

The oil industry is dying and about time too for the climate, but really we are not yet ready for such a fundamental shift. Professor ...
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Wales Real Food and Farming Conference

Snippets and highlights from the Wales Food and Farming conference. This four-day on-line conference, which has grown out the Oxford Real Farmers Conference. The conference ...
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Rwandan rain gardens

The Rwandan Women’s Permaculture group is forming around this ground saving project at Save school near Huye in Rwanda.
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Your permaculture journey starts here

Permaculture is a lifelong journey and here is a set resources with podcasts, presentations and videos to set you on your way. Getting into permaculture ...
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