Here it is… The latest issue of Pip Magazine has officially landed!
Despite lockdown and home schooling we have managed to get Issue 17 out the door and into your letterboxes, and it’s packed full of useful, practical information that you can implement around your homes and gardens to help you live more self-sufficiently.
Since we have all been spending more time at home, many of us are also spending more time growing food, making food from scratch and doing things for ourselves. Need further inspiration for your self-sufficiency journey? This issue will help you on your way.
In Issue 17, we look at how local food systems are thriving in times of crisis.
We feature a guide to indoor plants and reveal the best plants for beginners.
We also explore Indigenous fire management and how the practise of cultural burning can heal our embattled landscape.
Our piece on rehydrating landscapes will show you how to keep your soil hydrated, especially important given water is fast becoming an increasingly scant resource. We take a look inside a fire-resistant earthship build in Kinglake that was constructed after the devastating 2009 bushfires.
We feature a guide to woodfire heaters, and take a look at the pros and cons of the different renewable energy options available for heating your home.
And finally, we show you how to grow your own delicious blueberries.
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If you haven’t already subscribed yourself or a family/friend to Pip Magazine, do so today and you will receive a FREE packet of heirloom vegetable seeds with every print subscription!
Not only that, subscribe to Issue 17 of Pip Magazine and you’ll go into the draw to win a Form Boss three-tiered planter.