What you’ll find in the Winter issue of Pip magazine.
- Five staples that should be in every garden
- Delicious ways to use your preserved produce
- How to build a berry patch
- The mental health benefits of growing your own food
- Putting worms to work for compost, filtration and removing heavy metals
- A guide on making natural inks
- Meet the man who makes camel milk vodka
- Learn the significance of Dreamtime stories from an Indigenous elder
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Learn how to make your own liquid fertiliser, sometimes called a compost tea. With just two ingredients you can create a great garden booster!
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oday we speak to visual artist, business owner, creative director and proud Walbunga and Ngarigo woman, Cheryl Davison.
As an artist, a teacher, a singer and, a festival creative director, Cheryl Davison is creating and maintaining beautiful and important cultural connections.
We share some of our favourite podcasts from others in the sustainable living/zero waste/climate action space. Here are 15 sustainability podcasts we love to listen to.
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