We show you how to cure and smoke your own wet-cured nitrate-free bacon.
SCPA -South East Producers will be hosting the 2014 South East Permaculture Convergence on 16th– 17th of August at Mumbulla School, Bega St, Bega. The South East Permaculture Convergence is a weekend for the permaculture community of the South East to come together and celebrate. That’s anyone from Moruya to Wollongong to Braidwood to Canberra… View more
I love what I do. I get to talk to so many inspiring and knowledgeable people about what they are passionate about I am learning so much This week for example, I’ve been speaking with Professor Stuart Hill, Dan Palmer of VEG, Morag Gamble of SEED International, Hannah Moloney from Good Life Permaculture and Kym… View more
Well after a bit of a breather, work on issue two has begun and it’s looking to be a cracking edition. Issue one has sold out through the website but they are still available in newsagents in the eastern states (sorry everybody else) and in some selected outlets. There is a full list of newsagents… View more
Hi Everyone. What an amazing month. On the 22nd of March we had the official launch of Pip at CERES Harvest festival in Melbourne. David Holmgren, Ian Lillington and I got up and launched the magazine to the gathered crowd. Ian Lillington welcomed everyone and introduced David and myself. David Holmgren spoke about the changes… View more
I recently spent the day with David Holmgren, talking about the big picture of permaculture; it’s history, the full breadth of its meaning, what its role is in today’s society and I came away with so much more than I imagined I would. I have never been one to get too caught up in the… View more
If you’ve managed to somehow not to hear about Charlie McGee and his ukelele then let me tell you about it. What a rockin’ album Permaculture: A Rhymer’s Manual, Permaculture, Charlie McGee is. From the minute you turn it on you’ll be bopping along. It’s upbeat, it’s fun, it’s musically accomplished and it’s all about permaculture. … View more
Do you have a surplus of oranges, grapefruits and lemons at your disposal? Here’s a simple three fruit marmalade recipe just like Grandma used to make.