Drum roll, please… As we unveil the new issue of Pip Magazine!
In Issue 18 of Pip Magazine, we share inspiring stories and lots of practical information about how to strive towards creating a more resilient future, which is so important in these uncertain times.
From growing more of your own food, finding free food within your suburbs and applying the sourdough theory to all your favourite foods.
We have articles on growing corn, making fermented ginger beer, growing medicinal herbs and how to make an upcycled beach change towel.
We share an edited extract of David Holmgren’s paper on how communities need to respond to the increased threat of bushfire. And as usual, we share inspirational stories and articles on how to implement permaculture, sustainable and regenerative living practices in your own life.
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Here’s a snapshot of what you will find in Issue 18…
We delve into the rising interest in permaculture and sustainable living which has been sparked in large part by the Covid-19 pandemic.
We bring you a beginner’s guide to sourdough and demystify this ancient practice of bread-making.
We take a peek into couple Mara Ripani and Ralph Pfleiderer’s sustainable, efficient 15-acre property in Victoria’s Central Highland’s.
We speak with much-loved permaculture illustrator and educator, Brenna Quinlan, about how to cultivate a life of meaning, beauty and community connectedness.
We show you how to grow your own medicinal garden.
How to grow your own corn.
And finally, how to save broad beans seeds.
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This month we are offering a FREE TOTE BAG with every 2 or 3 year print subscription within Australia. Subscribe to Pip Magazine here.