As overconsumption continues to drive the climate crisis, Tasmanian building designer, Jane Hilliard, is quietly trumpeting the idea that less is actually more.
Save time and reduce your water usage with an easy-to-build DIY wicking bed – a self-watering raised garden bed perfect for growing vegies.
Issue 27 is packed full of inspiration and information to nourish yourself and the planet.
Growing great vegies all comes down to the health of your soil, and you can’t have healthy soil without compost. Here we show you how to make compost quickly… aka hot compost!
Save money and the planet with a sustainable capsule wardrobe! We show you how to put one together.
This easy-to-follow mind map will help you reduce plastic use and adopt a zero waste lifestyle. No one could deny that plastic as a material is an excellent product – it’s cheap, versatile and lightweight, and it’s certainly makes life easier…
A complete novice when it comes to making homemade beauty products? This easy coconut oil lip balm recipe has just three ingredients!
Summer heat might not be the best time for garden blooms, but it’s a great time for flower seed saving.
We show you how to preserve garlic to get the most out of your garlic harvest.
Our ‘Sow, Know, Grow’ eBook will teach you how to grow enough food to feed your family every night of the week.
We wrap up Pip’s top 10 most-read articles for 2022.
Pip founder, Robyn Rosenfeldt, reveals how she got involved in the climate action space, why she started Pip Magazine and her advice for those looking to live a more sustainable lifestyle.