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Pip Magazine is a quarterly permaculture magazine published in Australia with a global reach. The aim of Pip Magazine is to share ideas, information and inspiration about living more sustainably using permaculture principles. A visually beautiful publication, the gorgeous illustrations and photography inspire people to pick up a copy, and while flicking through it will find something that inspires them to make positive changes in their lives.

Pip magazine offers practical, clear and accessible advice; you don’t need to have extensive knowledge about permaculture or sustainability to get something out of it. But it is also relevant to those who are already living a sustainable life and want more ideas and inspiration. Articles encompass no-waste living, growing food, making compost, foraging, seed saving, preserving, fermenting, beekeeping, keeping chickens, green building, repair, DIY, crafting, recipes and much more.

In this issue you will read about:

  • Keep it Moving - How crop rotation can improve your yields and your soil
  • On Home Soil - What home gardeners can learn from regenerative agriculture
  • Cut and Dried - Dehydrating fruit is a simple way to make the most of summer's bounty
  • The Green Standard - Why choosing organic food benefits far more than those consuming it
  • Lease on Life - Effective ways to reduce your rental home's environmental impact
  • Banking on the Future - Making sure your savings are supporting the same causes you are
  • Rest Assured - Being the best we can by getting the most from every night's sleep
  • Once and for All - Using permaculture design to build self-reliant communities
  • Silver Linings - Three positive outcomes to sprout from an otherwise bleak time
  • Lemon Squeeze - Up your citrus-juicing game with this easy-peasy homemade hack
  • Kimchi - Two ways to create Korea's popular fermented side dish
  • Homemade Soap - Turning good oils into a versatile cleanser for your hair and body

  • PDF download available instantly after purchase.
    100 pages.

    Other Issues:
    Issue 17
    Issue 24

    Buy a copy of Pip Magazine below, or subscribe to the magazine (digital or print) via the link below.

    Pip Media acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands on which they work, live and play, the Thawa people of the Yuin Nation.


    Pip Magazine - Issue 19: Ideas and Inspiration for a Positive Future
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