Issue 26 Out Now!

The new issue of Pip is here! And we’ve filled it with inspiring stories and practical information for you to sit back with a good cuppa and enjoy.

In Issue #26, you’ll learn how to grow enough food to feed your family, techniques to preserve garlic by drying and fermenting, we also teach you how to create a productive garden using Milpa design principles.

We feature inspiring stories from across the country. We explore the new ‘Farm My School’ initiative in regional Victoria, meet a Vietnamese gardener growing food in the red desert of the outback, discover a home renovation in Tassie using small and simple solutions, plus we learn how creating local economies is the key to a sustainable future.

Plus we have all our regular pieces including foraging, seed saving, kid’s patch and more.

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Here’s a snapshot of what you will find in Issue 26…

Learn how to take gardening to the next level and grow enough food to eat from your garden everyday.

Pip magazine issue 26

We visit an old Tasmanian farm house that has been renovated with the values of simplicity and sustainability at its heart.

Discover the seafood that is not only high in protein and nutrients but also actually good for our ecosystems.

issue 26 pip magazine sustainable seafood
We teach you techniques to preserve garlic by drying, fermenting and more.
issue 26 pip magazine garlic
Show you how to create a productive garden using Milpa design principles.
Milpa design principles
Reveal why localisation is the answer to the biggest issues facing our planet. Learn how to create more local economies.
Reveal why localisation is the answer to the biggest issues facing our planet. Learn how to create more local economies.
We provide a step-by-step guide to building your own over-barrow garden sieve, which can really up your food-growing game! 
how to build a garden sieve
And finally, we meet a Vietnamese gardener growing food in the red desert of the outback.
Vietnamese gardener

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