We are so excited to share our special 20th issue of Pip Magazine with you.
Our 20th issue is indeed a milestone. An idea conceived a decade ago by founding editor Robyn Rosenfeldt, who was not only committed to reducing her and her young family’s impact on the planet, but wanted to inform, inspire and encourage people all around the country to do the same.
Through relentless hard work and from humble beginnings, Pip has grown from a great idea and flourished into a highly respected media company to which readers, followers and listeners turn to for well-informed and inspirational content whenever and however they want it.
And as Robyn wrote in her very first editorial in Issue #1 back in 2014, “This magazine is for you”. And we can’t wait to bring you the next 20!
Issue 20 of Pip Magazine: What’s inside
In Issue 20 of Pip, we explore growing citrus successfully, a complete guide to growing nuts and why you should do more slow cooking this winter.
We look at how to warm your home using passive heating, show you around Bruce Pascoe’s native grains venture and share one reader’s remarkable story of living with no money.
You’ll learn how to build a vegie patch from scratch, the latest on two- and four-wheeled e-vehicles, why it’s time to forgive and reconnect with fire, making wellness tonics and much more!
And as a bonus 20th issue celebration offer, all subscribers go into the draw to WIN an electric-powered Tern HSD bike from Dutch Cargo Bike valued at $5,450!
Here’s a snapshot of what you will find in Issue 20…
We bring you a comprehensive guide to citrus, including a look at the different varieties of citrus, how to deal with pests and diseases, and when to feed and prune your citrus.
As well as an in-depth look at growing nut trees – which can add a productive and nutritious addition to your harvest each year.
Reveal how to reverse the upward trajectory of global greenhouse gas emissions from transport with cleaner transport solutions… such as eBikes!
How to start a kitchen garden from scratch and apply permaculture design principles in order to strike a balance with nature to achieve practical and permanent efficiencies to help feed you and your family.
Show you how to brew up a batch of fire cider to help boost you and your family’s immunity throughout the winter months.
We catch up with three interviewees featured in the very first issue of Pip – including Good Life Permaculture’s Hannah Moloney – and find out where their permaculture journey has taken them and what they’ve learnt along the way.
And finally, we chat to Jo Nemeth, who six years ago felt an overwhelming need to to give up money and has since lived comfortably without the one thing many of us rely so heavily on. If that’s not enough, she’s now turning her attention to becoming fossil-fuel free by 2023.
If you are as keen as us to help pave the way for a more sustainable future, then subscribing to Pip will give you all the tools you need to do so – from learning to grow your own food to teaching you how to reduce your household waste.
In 2021, Pip Magazine will now be published four times per year and we’re excited to be sharing even more great content with you. Subscribe to Pip today for a more eco-friendly future!