Our Spring issue is packed full of sustainable living goodness. We hope you enjoy Issue 25 of Pip!
It may not feel like it right now, but Spring is just around the corner… and getting your hands on our Spring issue is the perfect way to prepare for the warmer months that are coming.
In Issue #25 of Pip, we will help you grow fruit trees in small spaces, learn to harvest wild food from your neighbourhood, implement permaculture design into your home garden, make fermented tempeh from scratch, plus make your very own gardening tool caddy.
We also feature some inspiring stories from across the country such as meeting a market gardener growing greens for the people of Alice Springs, learning from an Indigenous weaver and dyer who works with native plants, exploring a hempcrete home build in Tasmania, and a visit to a garden in Ocean Grove that is helping with teen climate anxiety.
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Here’s a snapshot of what you will find in Issue 25…
While sprawling acres make fruit tree growing easy, don’t think you have to miss out if you’re short on space. We show you how to grow fruit trees when space is limited.
We’re all familiar with mulches like straw or woodchip, but the benefit of growing a living mulch also needs to be considered. We show you how to get started.
We take a deep dive into foraging for wild foods and include recipes for foraged dandelion and macadamia pesto and seaweed pickle.
We explore the earthy Huon Hemp Haus in southern lutruwita/Tasmania, which was designed to be energy efficient, sustainable and to stay warm over the long chilly winters.
We meet Rod Angelo (aka The Happy Farmer) who runs a market garden using permaculture principles in the middle of the desert.
Climate anxiety is rife among young people right now. We visit a garden on Victoria’s Bellarine Peninsula that is helping youth understand how small actions can lead to big changes.
We explain how implementing permaculture design into the home garden doesn’t have to be a complex and drawn-out process, you just have to look at what nature is doing and follow her lead.
We speak to Bardi artist Juanita Mulholland about how coming to know native plants and their uses through weaving, sculpting and eco-dyeing has helped her find herself, and reconnect with her heritage.
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