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I just wanted to say hello and share a little bit of good news. The American sales of Permaculture magazine are growing and growing. I think this shows that lots of new people are coming to the subject and this has to be good news.
If anyone does want to list any courses in the magazine or on our website then you are very welcome. You can click here for more information in this regard.
Not to sure of the etiquette on here, and I don't want to come across all 'marketing' but just to say we are here, ok
Thank you, I really hope to hear from any of you
Tony Rollinson of Permaculture magazine
Summary added by Adrien Lapointe
Permaculture Magazine is a quarterly publication by Permanent Publications that is at the forefront of the sustainable living movement. In each issue, they feature ideas on how to make a better world. Articles touch subject from gardening and farming to living in tiny houses.
AND now their subscription package now offers FREE Digital and App access for all print subscribers. This includes FREE access to over 20 years of back issues, downloadable issues for offline reading, and much much more!
We just want everyone to feel they can learn what they need to, it is great to be meeting people on the other side of the pond for the first time. Like this site www.permaculture.co.uk ours is developing the visual resources as well as things to read. In the UK more and more courses are filling up as more and more people are wanting to know what they can do to make a difference to their lives and the planet. Is it the same think in the States?
We start off talking about her visit the mighty, the glorious, the amazing Sepp Holzer. She went to a desert in portugal where Sepp did his thing (tamera). Once again he brings lakes to the desert, and shows how to grow all of your favorite garden plants without irrigation in a desert.
Any-who, the magazine is awesome, I have been reading it on and off for years. I especially liked an article years ago about someone like Paul who went around documenting Permaculture and Industrial Ag & then went to her home family farm and turned into a permaculture farm.
That article has been sent to more of my friends on farms nationwide then pretty much anything else I have ever read.
I've been talking to Maddy and Tony a fair bit in the last month or so and would like to develop a deeper relationship with them. So I did the podcast interview with Maddy and posted that. I think it turned out really good. I like the idea of the folks reading the magazine learning more about permies.com and I like the idea of getting more people here with their noses in the mag.
It's been one of those really cool things where they are openly supporting me and that makes me feel really good and I want to return the favor.
Just bumping this thread back up and reminding people about Maddy's awesome magazine.
I've just treated myself to a digital subscription of the magazine, which costs £10 a year and includes access to all the back copies from the last 22 years. There is a very useful search function, too, so you can locate articles on your favourite subjects.
FOOD UNITES US
The Food is Free Project is waging peace through gardening in the USA and beyond, as Crystal Stevens describes.
7 WAYS TO THINK DIFFERENTLY
People & Permaculture author Looby Macnamara talks to Maddy Harland.
THE PERMACULTURE ECOLOGY OF BEES Philip Chandler explains the difference between conventional, natural and balanced beekeeping and the need to reappraise the way we keep bees.
An inspiring story of how permaculture can be applied to enhance the lives of even the most physically challenged, by Rozie Apps.
IS RENEWABLE ENERGY REALLY VIABLE?
Keith Barnham introduces a German project that proves why the lights won’t go out with 100% renewable electricity.
IN SEARCH OF THE SIMPLE LIFE
How Steve Golemboski-Byrne and his wife Claire’s dreams of self-building and living in an ecovillage took them instead to a cottage in need of eco-renovation on a smallholding and an existing community in Northern Ireland.
I DO THEREFORE I EVOLVE
Mick Collins explores how we, humanity, can step up and solve our global problems.
THE DIY ORCHARD
Wade Muggleton explains how to create your own orchard on the cheap by using simple grafting techniques.
TYING THE KNOT ON A SHOESTRING
How Matthew Douglas and his wife, Martina, held a wedding blessing and reception for 70 guests with just £1,200 to spend on everything.
RESTORING AGRICULTURE IN THE MEDITERRANEAN
Dan McTiernan describes how regenerative agriculture is transforming olive groves in Spain and introduces transnational cropsharing.
WANT TO START A REVOLUTION? START A REFORESTATION PROJECT
You think this is too ambitious an idea? Andreas Kornevall urges us all to do it and tells us how!
10 TIPS FOR PLANNING SUCCES
Thinking of buying land and setting up a permaculture project? Suki Montague offers advice for planning applications.
ZONE 5 - A SPACE FOR NATURE
Permaculture always tries to make space for a wild, uncultivated area, but is this the right way of integrating nature? asks Stuart Anderson.
YOUR SMARTPHONE/TABLET DESIGN TOOLKITREAD NOW
Aranya explores the world of apps and rates the ones useful for permaculture design.
Our friends at Permaculture Magazine are offering permies.com followers the chance to read their landmark 100th issue for FREE. They've very kindly added it to our dailyish newsletter freebies! This--like our other freebies--come as surprises in your dailyish emails to thank you for being part of our community! If you have not yet signed up for the dailyish, you can sign up HERE and instantly get the 100th issue!
They would love you to view it and hopefully you like what you see and will take out a subscription, which is around the $30.00 mark for the complete year. PLUS you also receive FREE access to 28 years of digital back issues that offer 1000s of easily searchable practical solutions for resilient living: https://www.permaculture.co.uk/subscribe
Permaculture Magazine has so much to offer, particularly at this difficult time, for just a few cents a day. Get every issue delivered straight to your front door. You also support a pioneer in the regenerative, climate action movement and founders of the annual Permaculture Magazine Prize.
Until the end of May 2020 Permaculture Magazine are also offering permies.com followers a 25% discount on their Permanent Publications book, Jasmine Dale's must-have Permaculture Design Companion: A Practical Workbook for Integrating People and Places (RRP $28.95). Simply click this for their American distributor Chelsea Green https://www.chelseagreen.com/product/permaculture-design-companion/ and enter the code PDC25 at the checkout, in the 'Coupon Code' box, and it will be sent straight out to you!
Thanks Nicole. If anyone is interested to take up the Chelsea Green Discount on my book, there are inside viewable pages and testimonials on my website www.beingsomewhere.net/pdcbook.htm
Happy to answer questions.
Cultivating connection between people and places for thrival and peace.