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Pip Magazine - Issue 23

Issue 23 

What's inside Issue 23 of Pip Magazine?

The new issue of Pip shares with you what you need to know to become more self-sufficient and live a more earth friendly life.

Topics include how to grow your own pantry staples like onions and garlic, leeks and chives, a simple home soil test to get the most out of your patch, a guide to natural building techniques, how to fully utilise your produce with root-to-tip eating, step-by-step instructions for making your own waste-free kitchen cloths, low-alcohol fermented drinks for better health and an exploration of modern rituals to get your 2022 off to a positive start. 

Other topics include:

  • How to assess your soil health
  • Tips on reducing food waste with root-to-tip eating
  • Tasty fermented drink recipes to replace alcohol during FebFast
  • Ways to incorporating seasonal rituals into everyday life 
  • A review on natural building techniques
  • Indigenous artist Cheryl Davison on the importance of truth-telling in visual storytelling 
  • Pip's Permie of the Year Mandy Milburn's dedication to building resilience and food security. 

About the Cover Artist

The Indigenous cover artist is Cheryl Davison. Cheryl is a proud Walbunja and Ngarigo woman living on the far south coast of New South Wales. A woman of many talents, she’s an artist, a teacher, a singer, a festival creative director and she sits on the Gulaga National Park Board of Management that governs the direction of care for the sacred mountain that features in many of her artworks. 


About Pip Magazine

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The aim of Pip Magazine is to share ideas, information and inspiration about living more sustainably using permaculture principles. Pip Magazine is printed with 100% vegetable inks on a 100% recycled paper cover and FSC paper pages.

A visually beautiful publication, the gorgeous illustrations and photography inspire people to pick up a copy, and while flicking through it will find something that inspires them to make positive changes in their lives. The articles are practical, clear and accessible; you don’t need to have extensive knowledge about permaculture or sustainability to get something out of it. But it is also relevant to those who are already living a sustainable life and want more ideas and inspiration.

Pip Magazine's articles encompass no-waste living, growing food, making compost, foraging, seed saving, preserving, fermenting, beekeeping, keeping chickens, green building, repair, DIY, crafting, recipes and much more.

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