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.
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.
Join Pip editor Robyn Rosendfeldt as she delves into the teeny tiny world of eating insects with entomophagy enthusiast Che Hall.
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.
This episode features Kirsten Bradley of Milkwood Permaculture, talking about tomatoes, life and her new book!
Pip Editor Robyn chats with Emily Stokes about keeping a house cow, expanding on her article in the latest Pip with the cow on the front cover!
Pip editor Robyn Rosenfeldt chats with Stuart Muir Wilson, permaculturist, architect, activist and grandson of Permaculture co-originator Bill Mollison.
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
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
The latest Pip Podcast is a special one, to celebrate the 2017 International Permaculture Convergence & Conference in Hyderabad, India, where Pip Editor Robyn Rosenfeldt will be speaking on the topic of women as change makers in Permaculture. To celebrate we gathered together three of most well-known (and wonderful) women permies we could think of… View more
In this episode of our podcast we dive deep into the world of edible seaweed with expert Dr Alecia Bellgrove. Listen to the podcast below.
Get a “taste” of our latest eBook on Bush Foods from Pip writer Robyn Francis in this podcast! This time around Pip editor Robyn Rosenfeldt chats with Robyn Francis, of Djanbung Permaculture Gardens in Northern New South Wales, about why we need a bush foods revolution in Australia, as well as simple ways you can… View more
We’ve been exploring the ideas of nature play and wild education in the last few issues of Pip, but in our latest issue we feature a fantastic article on Bush Schools by Niki Buchan, an educator and nature play advocate. We loved her piece so much we needed to know more, and put together this… View more
To celebrate the release of Pip Issue 8, with our feature on backyard goats, Pip editor Robyn Rosenfeldt chatted to Maria Cameron of Hibi Farm in Melbourne’s suburbs about their urban goat co-operative. The co-operative is featured in the latest issue, and in this podcast Maria goes in depth about the in’s and out’s, how’s… View more
To celebrate International Permaculture Day on May 7, Pip editor Robyn Rosenfeldt goes back to basics to discuss the question “what is permaculture?” is with teacher, designer and all round permaculture super star Hannah Moloney, of Good Life Permaculture. Often those of us who live and breath permaculture forget that we all started out wondering what… View more
Pip Podcast #2 is all about quails! Our editor Robyn Rosenfeldt chats to Kat Lavers about the ins and outs of keeping quails.
We’re very thrilled to share our very first Pip Podcast with you all… we think it’s a cracker too, as we chat with the nicest beardy tiny house dwelling fellow going round, Adam Hickman, who features in issue 6 of the magazine. Adam is a super guy, and his enthusiasm and positivity about the tiny… View more