It’s Pip podcast time! Today Robyn is in conversation with Damon Gameau – actor, filmmaker and director of the film 2040.
In this edition of the podcast we learn about the slow flower movement chatting with Tara Luca from Olive Gap Organic Farm. Tara is sustainable flower grower and advocate from the Northern Rivers of NSW.
This is our waste-free issue of Pip Magazine. We have articles on reducing waste in our homes as well as all the regular articles about growing food and living more lightly on this earth.
In this podcast we speak with Lauren and Oberon Carter, authors of the fabulous book, A Family Guide to Waste-Free Living.
This is my super easy green tomato chutney recipe. For when the days are getting shorter and the tomatoes just aren’t ripening.
Join Pip editor Robyn Rosendfeldt as she delves into the teeny tiny world of eating insects with entomophagy enthusiast Che Hall.
Pip Magazine Issue 12 has arrived and is ready for you to devour! In issue 12 of Pip Magazine we focus on the microscopic with articles on the soil food web and nurturing your microbiome thus our beautiful butterfly on the cover. Take a sneak peak at some of the top articles in Issue 12… View more
Here is Pip Permaculture Podcast number 11 for you, featuring Jodie Vennitti in conversation with Pip Editor Robyn Rosenfeldt! What if you couldn’t eat any fruit or vegetables unless they came directly from your backyard? Could you live off your garden? For many of us this would be a real challenge, yet Jodie Vennitti decided… View more
Does the phrase ‘I was listening to this really interesting podcast…’ sound all too familiar? If you’re keen to understand the trend friends and colleagues have been raving about, we’re here to guide you. This is a corner of the online world worth getting to know – one where the conversation around permaculture is buzzing…. View more
This month we held Pambula’s inaugural food swap. Although it is probably not the best time of year to hold a food swap as many people’s gardens are slow and not as much is growing as in the warmer months, I figured we just had to do it. I had been talking about it for… View more