Want to introduce chooks into your permaculture system but not sure how to get started? We explore a number of options for a backyard chicken setup.
We’re really excited to officially unveil our new issue to you! In Issue #22 we bring you ideas and inspiration that will help you nourish yourself and the planet.
Don’t be misled by greenwashing tactics. We reveal how environmentally friendly compostable cling wrap really is.
More and more schools are championing the concept of the “nude lunchbox”. We bring you 29 plastic free lunchbox ideas that your kids will love.
We know plants need water to grow, but understanding when and how much they need can seem like a mystery only “green thumbs” can solve. We show how you how to make your own wicking bed.
Concerned that setting up a waterless toilet would be smelly, dirty or hard to maintain? We dispels these myths about composting toilets.
Wondering what to do with an abundance of onion weed? Turn your weed problem into a delicious solution with this fermented whole onion weed recipe.
Learn how to plant and grow raspberries in your own backyard. They’re easy to grow and don’t take up much space.
Why should you teach your kids permaculture principles? We bring you five great reasons to do so.
By Stuart Muir Wilson October 1, 2021 Find out how you could turn your household waste into renewable energy with a biogas digester. There is a simple way to make your own renewable energy at home and use it for cooking, heating and lighting. It’s called biogas, and the concept is – add your kitchen…
Pies, muffins, cookies, crumbles, we’re rather partial to a baked treat or two at Pip headquarters! So we’ve compiled six of our favourite sweet baking recipes.
Homemade laundry powder is more sustainable, better for your health and significantly less expensive than store-bought options.