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Pip Magazine - Issue 24

Issue 24 

What's inside Issue 24 of Pip Magazine?

Pip’s May issue is full of inspiration and ideas to help you save money in the face of rising living costs, get busy in the garden, and lead a waste-free life. 

Issue 24 feature articles include: 

  • Five staples that should be in every garden
  • Delicious ways to use your preserved produce
  • A chef’s guide to cooking with fire
  • How to build a berry patch
  • The mental health benefits of growing your own food
  • Putting worms to work for compost, filtration and removing heavy metals
  • A guide on making natural inks 
  • Meet the man who makes camel milk vodka
  • Learn the significance of Dreamtime stories from an Indigenous elder.

Plus all our regular pieces on foraging, seed saving, beekeeping  and reducing your impact on the planet. 

    About the Cover Artist

    Molly Costello (they/them) is this issue's cover artist.  Molly is a white queer illustrator, food grower, beekeeper and seed saver. Through their art practice, they explore themes of interconnectedness, cosmology, mysticism, biomimicry, police and prison abolition as well as our larger capacities for social transformation. Molly hopes that through the making and sharing of their artwork, they can play a small role in our deep work of reimagining and reshaping our dominant culture out of patterns of supremacy, violence and greed towards cultures of accountability, collective wellness and abundance.

    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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