Pip Magazine: Australian Permaculture – Issue: 2

AU$ 7.50

The Pig Issue


  • The Permaculture Power of Big Machines by Ian Lillington
  • Meaningful Change: Nuturing an inner permaculture to enable a deeper outer permaculture by Stuart Hill
  • Waterless Composting Toilets by Kym Mogridge
  • Articulating Clear Design Goals by Dan Palmer
  • Creating Gardens with Refugees by Hannah Moloney
  • The ‘Forgotten Island’ by Orietta L’Abbate

PROFILES: Aaron Sorenson, Karen Lott, Madelaine Scott, Tabitha Bilaniwskyi-Zarins, Nadja Osterstock. ALSO: Grow your own meat, Green manures, No debt housing, Reducing waste cafĂ© style, How to make chorizo, The ethics and heart of social enterprise, Parenting the permaculture way, Local produce swaps and much more… Preview Pip Mag #2.

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GROW. BUILD. EAT. THRIVE. NURTURE. DESIGN. Pip is a place for people and groups to connect and share ideas, knowledge and experience and stay in touch with what is happening around Australia. Attractively designed, thoughtfully laid out and clearly explained, Pip presents permaculture in an easy to understand accessible way. Pip magazine is designed for permies and those who want to know what is happening in Australia. With informative articles on various aspects of permaculture as well as profiles on people, projects, gardens, farms, houses and businesses. Each article includes a permaculture principle icon that is most relevant to the story. Printed in colour in Australia on FSC certified paper with vegetable based inks, A4 (210 x 297mm)

80 Pages. ISBN 9772203466006.



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