We bring you eight key areas to tackle if you want to get started on the path to sustainable living.
We chat with Good Life Permaculture director, Hannah Moloney, about the key lessons she’s learned throughout her permaculture journey and her best piece of advice for those new to self-reliant living.
There are a myriad of benefits to joining a landcare group. Find out more…
We reveal the benefits of “chop and drop” mulching and show you how to grow your own mulch for your garden.
Fungi in permaculture systems are everywhere, and we can benefit from understanding the roles they play.
We reveal practical and philosophical examples of permaculture parenting and how to parent according to the 12 permaculture principles.
Do you feel like you’re constantly battling pests in your garden for your fair share of the harvest? As strange as it may sound, a ‘do-nothing’ approach to pest management might just be what you are looking for.
Fancy yourself a budding beekeeper? We look at the pros and cons of six different types of beehives you can opt for when setting up your first beehive.
The sky’s the limit for elements which make a garden interactive and engaging to the senses. We show you how to create an edible garden your kids will love.
How does permaculture tie in with our understanding of health and how is it good your health? Can it realistically be seen as a ‘health promoting movement’?
In this podcast we speak with Lauren and Oberon Carter, authors of the fabulous book, A Family Guide to Waste-Free Living.
Pip editor Robyn Rosenfeldt tallks with Adrian Iodice from Beekeeping Naturally and takes you inside the bee hive to learn about how we can best care for our bees and choose honey that supports the health of the bees.