Pip Magazine: Australian Permaculture – Issue: 5

AU$ 8.95

The Fair Food Issue


  • 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
  • Folk Creating A Fair Food Future by Kate Raymond, Jennifer Richards and Sharon Lee
  • 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

ALSO: Biochar by Albert Bates; Double digging a garden bed the biointensive way by Kirsten Bradley; Aboriginal traditional foods an alternative Australian history by Bruce Pascoe; along with PROFILES: Borja Valls, Rob Scott, Taj Scicluna, Cara Edwards and Su Dennett and a heap more… Preview Pip Mag #5.

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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)

96 Pages. ISBN 9772203466006

Additional information

Weight .32 kg
Dimensions 210 × 297 × 6 mm

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