Through soil samples, we look at nutrients in our soil, how to test for them and how to rebalance them.
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.
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.
This is my super easy green tomato chutney recipe. For when the days are getting shorter and the tomatoes just aren’t ripening.
In this age of fast fashion where clothing is made to be cheap and disposable, it takes a concerted effort to find clothes that are truly ethical.
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.
Join Pip editor Robyn Rosendfeldt as she delves into the teeny tiny world of eating insects with entomophagy enthusiast Che Hall.