Pip Australian Permaculture Magazine - Issue 19
Issue 19 of Pip looks at how to grow more food at home and improve soil health with regenerative agriculture and crop rotation. It explores the untold benefits of eating organic, how to improve your natural sleep cycles and how to make sure your savings are ethical. And Indigenous elder, Noel Butler shares how to connect more deeply with country.
There are in-depth guides on how to dehydrate fruit, make your own soap, make a traditional Korean kimchi and a simple easy lemon squeezer.
Pip examines whether eating organic food is all that beneficial to your own health or the health of the planet, what it takes for farmers and producers to gain organic certification, and why organic food really has a higher price tag. And, with one in three Australians now renting, it shows you how to implement permaculture practices in your rental home, with some simple and reversible hacks to reduce your living expenses and lower your carbon footprint.