Follow Steve from Permanent Culture Now as he shows you how to make a seed bomb, then go out an invade the derelict space around where you live.
Exploratory and experimental piece looks at the value of seed saving and sharing as an economic model in its own right and as a way of supporting the local resource based economies of the future.
How growing your own food can help in times of austerity.
How we setup a food growing project on a old tennis court.
A few thoughts and reflections on the garden as move head on into autumn
A great list of useful permaculture books to use to develop a future world of equality and sound ecology.
How Bolton Urban Growers help communities in social and council housing grow their own food.
How to pickle rat tail radishes.
Autumn jobs for the vegetable
this piece looks at community self reliance and the end of employment
Get your community together to grow it’s own food!
Lessons I have learnt from my permaculture plot.
a short piece explaining the work that Bolton Urban growers do as a means of working towards a localised and sustainable future.
Urban permaculture as a means of helping to bring about a permanent culture based on sound ecology and abundance.
Water is a big issues, these are some of the issues surrounding our water supply the most vital of human resources.
3 amazing community gardens in Philadelphia.
Steve has an amazing community garden project on an old tennis court, find out how he has developed it.
this is the second piece about the Fallowfield secret garden by Gavin Pate, a friend of permanent culture now
Check out this great little film of Rick’s Vertical Gardening experiments in Bolton, shows what you can do in a limited space.
Can we can change work for the better of ourselves and community.