Top of the Crops – How to Make Your Edible Garden Grow by Graham Burnett
A no-nonsense guide to producing fresh and tasty vegetables in your own back garden. This booklet contains all you need to know to start you off growing crops that are good for your health, good for your children, good for your community, good for wildlife, good for your planet and good
for your pocket!
A5 booklet, 24 pages
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Teaching Permaculture As If People Mattered – A Gathering At Dial House June 23 – 26 2004
In the summer of 2004 a group of permaculture teachers from around the UK and Europe came together at Dial House in Essex for an open space gathering around the theme of ‘teaching permaculture creatively’. Over the four days the 15 of us took part in sharing and discussing our teaching practice as well as ways to strengthen our teaching networks. This PDF publication collects the notes from this event, serving as a useful documentation of the development of permaculture teaching.
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