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Pip Permaculture Magazine Issue 13

Pip Magazine provides simple, positive, practical solutions to living a more sustainable life. With articles on growing your own food, natural building,wholefoods, keeping bees, backyard chooks, fermenting, design, natural parenting and much more. Pip has profiles on people, projects, gardens, farms, houses and businesses. There are ‘how to’ guides, recipes, reviews, a directory and a kid’s section.

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HANNAH MOLONEY Hannah runs Good Life Permaculture, a design, education and community development enterprise with her partner Anton Vikstrom on Mouheneenner Country, Lutruwita (Hobart, Tasmania). With a never wilting commitment to living like it matters, you’ll find Hannah striving to be her best self to help foster the best world for future generations. She has education and accolades, but more importantly she has pizzazz, focus, clarity and a belief that if we try, we can create the most amazing resilient world that provides abundance for all. NICK RITAR Nick is co-director of Milkwood, an education enterprise dedicated to teaching skills to regenerate the earth. Since 2007 Nick and his partner Kirsten Bradley have given over 7000 students the chance to learn from the world’s best sustainable farmers, market gardeners and permaculturalists. Their first…

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Hello dear readers, Thank you for picking up Pip. We are now into our sixth year of publishing, and you know what, I feel pretty proud of that. For those that don’t know, Pip is an independently owned and operated publication running out of the small coastal town of Pambula from a converted barn on our rural property. We try to practice what we preach and often article ideas come from what we are doing here on our property. We have lots of food growing in the garden, ferments bubbling and fizzing on the bench, and permaculture design systems in place to make our place run smoothly and efficiently. But don’t get me wrong—we too, like so many of us nowadays, struggle with doing all the things we would like to be doing. As I…

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permaculture around the world

PRACTICAL PERMACULTURE INSTITUTE ZANZIBAR, TANZANIA www.permaculture-eastafrica.com/zanzibar Zanzibar is an archipelago 25 kilometres off the coast of Tanzania, a semi-autonomous region on the East Coast of Africa otherwise known as the Spice Islands. Permaculture Zanzibar is a school to teach practical livelihood skills using the permaculture approach. It is run by a vibrant group of young people who organise workshops, kids’ camps and permaculture school garden programs, train teachers, teach PDCs and are creating a permaculture education garden. A particularly fabulous program they run is the Fursa Kijani Youth Program, a youth empowerment program to train young Zanzibarians in a four month practical permaculture internship, getting them ready for employment and helping them to start permaculture enterprises—they call it ECOpreneurship. PPIZ accepts long-term volunteers. SHISABA WATER RESOURCE INITIATIVE (SHWARI), KENYA www.ethosfoundation.org.au SHWARI is working to create a…

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pip picks: things we like

THE SOCIAL OUTFIT SPLICED CLUTCH The Social Outfit are an independently-accredited, ethical trading social enterprise that provides employment and training in the fashion industry to people from refugee and new migrant communities in clothing production, retail, design and marketing. They make and sell quality products that help financially empower people and provide customers with unique pieces that tell amazing human stories. These clutches are made from offcuts donated from textile companies that want to avoid textile waste. Fabric compositions vary (linen/cotton/heavy silks, some with embroidered or flocked details). Each clutch features two fabrics spliced on the outside, and a complementary fabric for the lining. Each clutch is one of a kind. www.thesocialoutfit.org $79 HANDMADE TRADITIONAL FERMENTING CROCK This beautiful 10-litre fermentation crock has been handmade on a potter’s wheel by a master potter at Durand’s Beechmountain…

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PERMACULTURE TASMANIA RESURGENCE Big things are afoot at Permaculture Tasmania as a new energy is flowing in and has given a boost to the organisation recently. Workshops as diverse as building with bamboo, cob building, bee-keeping, pruning and grafting, fermentation, and basic cheesemaking, as well as Permaculture Intro courses are being held throughout the state. A network of local groups have started up and meet monthly, with skill-sharing get-togethers, social events and film nights happening. Run by a very experienced bunch of volunteers, Permaculture Tasmania is intent on sharing skills, knowledge and resources, supporting permablitzes and building community. www.permaculturetasmania.com THE PLANTING FESTIVAL 3-5 May 2019, Sunshine Coast, QLD If you’ve been lucky enough to attend the Woodford Folk Festival you’ll know Woodfordia, the 500-acre parkland on the Sunshine Coast hinterland the festival is held at. Woodfordia is…

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pip brains trust

Question for the Pip Brains Trust? Email editorial@pipmagazine.com.au Is it healthy to make preserves using vinegar? (Heather, NSW) The method of preserving food with vinegar has only been around since industrialisation. It came in as a quick and easy way to keep food shelf stable so it would be saleable for longer. A much healthier way to preserve your food is through the process of lacto-fermentation. This is how people preserved their food long before fridges and canning became popular. Lacto-fermentation is how traditional sauerkraut and kimchi are made. The vegetables are simply crushed with salt, stuffed in a jar or crock and pushed down until the liquid comes to the top. It’s this process of anaerobic fermentation that preserves the food through encouraging the lactobacilli bacteria to proliferate (the same bacteria…