Five recipes to help use up citrus and avoid plastic by creating products that you might normally buy in packaging.
In this podcast we speak with Erin Rhoads (The Rouge Ginger), author of the wonderful book, Waste Not. We discuss the war on waste and the impact of our waste on the world. We explore solutions and the benefits of pursuing a waste free life.
Pip Colouring In. The winners of the kids’ patch colouring in competitions. In issue 13 they coloured in the beautiful picture of the bike girl.
Through soil samples, we look at nutrients in our soil, how to test for them and how to rebalance them.
In this podcast we talk with Jane Milburn about slow clothing and ethical fashion and why we need to think more about the clothes we choose and the way we dress.
Native bees are an important part of our garden’s ecosystems. In this podcast Pip Magazine editor Robyn Rosenfeldt talks with Dr Megan Halcroft about what role they play in our gardens and what we can do to support them.
Pip editor Robyn Rosenfeldt tallks with Adrian Iodice from Beekeeping Naturally and takes you inside the bee hive to learn about how we can best care for our bees and choose honey that supports the health of the bees.
Whether you’re in the middle of a summer heat wave or are just having a dry spell, it is always smart to have a water wise garden.
In this podcast Robyn Rosenfeldt chats with Nikki Wagner about our fascinating emerging understanding of the human microbiome. Nikki explains what the microbiome is and shares some easy ways to nurture your own.
Learn to make yummy pink fizz with our Mulberry Water Kefir recipe. Follow these simple steps and in a few days you could be enjoying your very own homemade water kefir!
This episode features Kirsten Bradley of Milkwood Permaculture, talking about tomatoes, life and her new book!
We had a wonderful response to our Pip Permie awards for individuals and projects to celebrate dedicated people making change in the world with permaculture. Here is the list of nominees, finalists and our winners. Full profiles on our winners and finalists will be in the Pip issue 11, coming out mid June 2018. Congratulations… View more