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.
In the new issue of Pip, you’ll find expert tips on trellising your tomatoes for the best-quality yields, an inspirational tiny house build on Magnetic Island and Hannah Maloney’s guide to designing a successful permaculture garden.
We show you how to make a fermented kvass drink from your leftover bread, build you own pizza oven with earth from your property and grow your own delicious laksa paste.
Read about a land-share vegie farmer practicing no-till techniques, a guide to planning sustainable parties for the festive season, and how an Indigenous elder is connecting Australians to country and culture.
Enjoy this and all our regular articles on foraging, seed saving, reducing waste and our ethical product reviews in Pip Magazine Issue 22.
We hope you enjoy reading the new issue as much as we enjoyed putting it together. And don’t forget, with the festive season nearly upon us now is the time to give a gift with purpose and gift a subscription to loved ones. Subscribe friends and family to Pip Magazine here.
Here’s a snapshot of what you will find in Issue 22…
There are so many variables when it comes to working out the best technique for trellising tomatoes, so we speak with several Australian small farmers who grow them for a living to get expert advice.
Thirty-one-year-old yoga teacher, Jess Hay, shares her story of building a tiny home on Magnetic Island from recycled materials, which became the perfect way to connect with her family and community.
Turning a challenging piece of land into a productive permaculture patch doesn’t need to be as daunting or as difficult as you might think. Hannah Maloney shows you how to design a successful permaculture garden.
We show you how to make a fermented kvass drink from your leftover bread, and bring you a delicious rye kvass recipe.
Whether it’s for pizzas, bread or slow-cooked roasts, earth ovens are delightful to use and made from natural and breathable materials. We show you how to build you own pizza oven with earth from your property.
Full of fresh ingredients – many medicinal and most easy to grow – learning how to make homegrown laksa paste is well worth the time.
With just enough money to pay for compost and mulch, plus a generous donation of land, Justin Hartley established the thriving and popular Duck Foot Farm: the first no- till, small-scale and land-share farm in the Southern Highlands in New South Wales. We bring you his story.
If you are as keen as us to help pave the way for a more sustainable future, then subscribing to Pip will give you all the tools you need to do so – from learning to grow your own food to teaching you how to reduce your household waste.
We’d love to share our advice, wisdom and message of earth conscious living with as many people as possible, so subscribe yourself to Pip (if you aren’t a subscriber already!), and subscribe friends and family too, and help create a positive future for all.
The Compost Kit contains 1 x 110-litre Compost Tumbler 1 x Compost Starter Block and 1 x Worm Farm and Compost Conditioner.
And the worm farming kit contains 1 x Tumbleweed Cube (Worm Farm Bedding Block Included), 1 x 1,000 Tube-O-Worms, 1 x Worm Farm and Compost conditioner and 1 x Square Worm Blanket.