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Pip Magazine - Issue 29

Inside Issue #29 of Pip Magazine:

Issue 29 of Pip magazine is once again jam packed with inspiration and information to nourish yourself and the planet.

Discover five plants to break the 'hungry gap' of spring. Join us in foraging for seaweed and explore its many tasty recipes. Take a closer look at offal and how its benefits far exceed any negatives. Be inspired by a sustainable home made from recycled resources. Get to know native food and its contributions to building Indigenous connections, and learn the significance of self-care for your wellbeing.

 
Plus, as always, our regular sections including seed saving, seasonal gardening advice, kid’s patch, book, podcast and product reviews, and loads more.

Plus..

  • How to prepare your soil for the new season
  • How anybody can grow food  
  • Acres and Acres: The thriving co-op committed to its community 
  • Everything you need to consider when designing a chicken coop
  • All the regular features on seed saving, reducing waste and foraging for food, and the kids section to inspire the next generation.

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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