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Cassava flour is easy to make with basic kitchen equipment. It’s gluten free for those with celiac problems. I use it for making pancakes, slices and cookies, and mix it (half/half) with other flours for making breads or pizza dough. Cassava, also known as Tapioca or...
"The movement to integrate Biochar into our soils must be localized in scale, and by preferably utilizing the waste products of other systems as to ensure any wider environmental damage is minimized." Integration of Biochar Into Existing Permaculture Systems -...
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Part 1 of this article, published last week, reflected on the complex and confusing nature of the public debate about genetically modified organisms (GMOs). We saw how the reasons behind the application of this technology may not be realised or fully realised in...
The old saying, “ignorance is bliss”, may not apply to genetically modified organisms (GMOs), but the public debate on the pros and cons of GMOs may not enlighten you either. The debate is full of rhetoric, opinion and falsehood as well as fact – distinguishing fact...
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I've just been on a wild forage walk harvesting a salad for dinner tonight. This has become a daily joy since I arrived here in Iceland three days ago. On the bus journey from the airport into Reykjavik I noticed a lot of familiar plants growing on the roadside...
One of the things that really strikes me in European cities is the number of bicycles and just how bike-friendly they are. People ride everywhere, there's sensible bike lanes, not only on roads but through parks, and bikes can travel both directions in one-way...
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Robyn Francis asks 13 important questions regarding the polarized debate of a vegan society, what about the animals, and are there better ways to solve the world’s food, farming and environmental problems.
It was 30 years ago that I accompanied Bill Mollison to India to teach the first full Permaculture Design Course (PDC) there in 1987. This year I returned to India to honour the anniversary as a keynote speaker at the 13th International Permaculture Conference (IPC),...
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Extracts from the 'End of Suburbia' introduces the history of suburban living and its dependence on fossil fuel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3uvzcY2Xug
Richard Heinberg, author of The End of Growth and Peak Oil and The Party's Over, walks his talk in his suburnban permaculture garden. Richard Heinberg: why end of growth can mean more happiness. Not gloom and dood, he explains and shows how the economic and fossil...
Djanbung (pronounced with a hard ‘j’ and silent ‘d’) means platypus in the local Wiyabul dialect – the name was given by senior Bundjalung elder and lore keeper, Uncle Eric Walker.
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