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Pip Podcast #9: David Holmgren on Retrosuburbia

Our latest Pip Permaculture Podcast is a cracker, featuring permaculture co-originator David Holmgren talking about his latest book Retrosuburbia, which will be launched this week at the Sustainable Living Festival.   The forthcoming issue of Pip Magazine (released in mid-February 2018) – is our “retrosuburbia” issue – dedicated to delving deep into David’s ideas explored… View more

5 rituals to celebrate spring

It’s a special time of year, the changing of the cold into the warm, so we think it’s worth celebrating with some special spring rituals! I think we only understood the true meaning of the Easter holiday being in the Northern Spring last year when our family had waited a whole winter for our newly… View more

Pip Makers

What do you make of Pip? And what you make from within our little mag’s pages? We love seeing your work, whether it be crafts, eats or garden hauls inspired by our mag, so we’ve created the new hashtag #pipmakers so you can share with our community! And we also have a special prize to… View more

Elder Profile: Su Dennett

Each issue in Pip we profile a permaculture elder – someone who has really helped to create the movement we have today. In our next issue we will feature a beautiful article on Rosemary Morrow, a permaculture teacher and writer from the Blue Mountains in NSW, but to get you in the mood this week we’re… View more

Pip Issue 7 snaps from around Australia!

We’ve been thrilled with the response to our callout for snaps of Pip Mag Issue 7 when it arrives in your patch, but it’s not too late to share yours with the hashtag #pipmag7 and go in the running to win a pretty chook tea towel from the Pip Shop – we’ll be accepting entries ’til… View more

Easy Tomato Passata Recipe

Easy Tomato Passata Recipe
Looking to preserve fresh tomatoes? Here's our easy tomato passata recipe – using either a passata machine or a simple, low-tech, DIY version for those without a passata press. It’s tomato season! Backyard tomato gluts are ubiquitous with this time of year. The logical progression of glut is preserve – where we capture and store the energy... View more

Pip Issue 7 has hatched!

Pip Issue 7, the first issue for 2017, has hatched and it’s a beauty! Pip Issue 7 is our special chicken issue with all you need to know to raise your own backyard chooks; including a complete guide to chicken health care, breeding chickens and raising chickens for meat. We also have all our regular sections… View more

APC13 in Perth Wrap up

APC13 in Perth by Robyn Rosenfeldt With one hundred and twenty permies, attending over fifty workshops over three days, APC13 (Australasian Permaculture Convergence) was a chance for some of the best minds in permaculture to share ideas, experiences and knowledge with one another not to mention many meals where some of the best discussions happened…. View more

Pip Issue 6 is here!

It’s arrived! Pip Issue 6: our beautiful “Home” issue in gorgeous orange. With articles on tiny house living, natural building, rocket stoves, slow fashion, garden succession planning made easy and heaps more, we know you’re going to love this issue of Pip! This issue we delve into the heart of Melliodora, David Holmgren’s domestic-scale permaculture demonstration… View more

Pip chats with Kathryn Scharf

Kathryn Scharf food hubs conference

Here at Pip mag we’re excited about the inaugural Community Food Hubs Conference in Bendigo next month. Pip spoke to keynote speaker Kathryn Scharf , a Canadian food sovereignty campaigner, about her work in the lead up to the big event. How did you end up where you are now, campaigning across the globe for fairer… View more

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