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Seed Mob is set to become Australia’s first Indigenous youth-led environmental organisation. With a vision of a just and sustainable future powered by renewable energy, this national grassroots network of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young p
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Cool Temperate
Plant winter vegies including broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, celeriac, celery, Florence fennel, leek (seedlings) and parsnip. Once the weather starts to cool, get your garlic in the ground. Brussels sprouts (seedlings), broad beans
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Sleep hygiene REST ASSURED
One of the most important things to keep us healthy in both body and mind is sleep. But as we strive to juggle families, work and living clean and sustainable lives, the amount of sleep we get is easy to neglect and its quality is often the first thi
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Arid
Asian greens, basil, beetroot, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, capsicum, carrot, coriander, cucumber, leek, onion, potato, silverbeet, sweet corn and tomatoes. Asian greens, beans, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, kale, swede, parsnip, peas and po
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Crop rotation KEEP IT MOVING
Practising crop rotation when growing annual vegetables not only increases long-term yield, it preserves the fertility of your soil while deterring pests and diseases. We can’t treat annual vegetable plants like perennials because they grow in a comp
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The Real Value
The Ethical Advisors Co-operative uses Australian and New Zealand financial advisors to develop a rating system to help would-be investors make better choices. Using positive and negative ethical screening, voting is based on where financial institut
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Connecting To Country
This is the beginning of a series created with Indigenous elder and Budawang man Noel Butler from Yuin country, who we’ve asked to share his knowledge and deep connection to country. He wants to help Australians develop a connection with their place
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PERMACULTURE ETHICS, PRINCIPLES & ACTIONS
To purchase Brenna’s Permaculture; Ethics, Principles & Actions poster (A1-size, 594 mm x 841 mm), head to www.growdoit.com.au ■
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Connecting communities ONCE AND FOR ALL
Permaculture design is successful because it mimics nature’s interconnectedness. An interconnectedness which allows nature to be a self-supporting mechanism that can exist and thrive without added inputs or unnecessary waste, and it’s successful beca
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Straw Bale Garden
A bale of strawOrganic pelletised and liquid fertiliserCompost or potting mix Place your bale in a sunny position. Ensure the edges with the baling twine is forming the sides, leaving the cut edges of the straw facing upwards. If you can, allow 10 da
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Dehydrating fruit CUT AND DRIED
With summer comes a bounty of fruit, often in very large quantities. Dehydration is a relatively easy and effective way to make the most of the season’s generous gifts. There are many ways to preserve fruit. You can turn it into jams, jellies, relish
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Thank You To Everyone Who Nurtured Pip On Its Next Stage Of Growth. This One’s For You.
ADAM GEORGE, ADDIKA GALEA, AIMEE BOUND, AIMEE TANG, AIRLIE BEE, AKEAN CLARKSON, ALAN CRABBE, ALEX WOODGER, ALEXANDRA POWER, ALEXIS DEVINE, ALICIA PARK, ALISHA NEE, ALISON DENYER, ALISON WORTHINGTON, ALLISON BELL, AMANDA BEAR, AMANDA REGAN, AMANDA VER
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Basic Cold-process Soap
2 x medium stainless-steel saucepansSmall stainless-steel saucepanTall bowl (any material)Jug of waterDigital scalesSpoonThermometerCaustic soda (lye)Muslin clothColanderBaking tray (29 cm x 13 cm minimum)Baking paperBulldog clipsStick blender (with
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Good oils HOMEMADE SOAP
By using oils and fats readily available, soap can be made at home free from synthetic fragrances and colours and can be used to wash everything from your hair and body to household dishes. There are only two ways to make soap using raw ingredients;
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READ & WATCH
BY NIGEL PALMER (CHELSEA GREEN PUBLISHING 2020) Review by Emily Stokes He had me at Ferments. Maybe Regenerative, or Mineral and Biological Extracts, and possibly Locally Sourced. It was a combination of the entire title that captured my regenerative
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Maude Farrugia
Maude is an illustrator, writer and baker living on Wurundjeri land on top of a big hill in Melbourne’s north. Her illustrations and designs have featured on ethically made textiles, stationery and other treasures. Regular readers will know Maude is
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5 Bugs For Biocontrol
Your garden, big or small, is an ecosystem where living things interact with each other and their environment. An ecosystem is healthy when the relationships – insect/insect, plant/insect or living/non-living – within it function well. Formed over ma
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Fair Traders
Whether you’re baking for the kids’ lunchboxes or making yourself a treat for afternoon tea, muffins are always a winner. Silicone muffin moulds are reusable, non-stick and made from food-safe silicone. Your muffins won’t stick to the moulds and ther
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Ethical investment BANKING ON THE FUTURE
Your money could be racking up a hefty carbon footprint, or supporting industries that don’t align with your personal beliefs. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Have you ever considered how your money is being used beyond your daily transactions? E
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Kids’ Patch
Our kids’ patch winners for this issue are Willow, Levi and Airlie from Kincumber, NSW, you’ve won a copy of The Runaway Dandelion by Jill Regensburg. Next issue we are giving away some snazzy kids T-shirts. Designed in Australia by Izwoz, they featu
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On The Side KIMCHI
Kimchi is a spicy fermented side dish traditionally made as a way to preserve vegetables for harsh Korean winters. These days, its significant health benefits have made it popular in many other cultures. The history of kimchi goes back 3000 years and
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Show Us Your Garden
Name Poppi-May Crowder How old are you? 13 What do you grow? We grow all sorts of vegies, but this year our broccolis, carrots and onions went really well. We also grow fruits like pawpaw, passionfruit, pineapples and bananas. What’s your favourite t
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Bringing It Home
Build up your soil health by adding compost, minerals, biology and worms to your vegetable patch, orchard or ornamental garden. You will have the added bonus of producing more nutrient-dense food. As well as avoiding toxins like glyphosatebased weed
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The Where-you-can Approach
IF YOU CAN’T COMMIT TO ONLY EATING ORGANICALLY, TRY TO PRIORITISE THESE: Spinach, kale, lettuce, celery and cabbage – All leafy foods with large surface areas take in more pesticides and herbicides. Strawberries, blueberries, grapes, nectarines and p
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Publisher, Editor and Art Director Robyn Rosenfeldt Managing Editor Kel Buckley Editorial Assistant Emily Stokes Digital and Social Media Content Emma Gibbs Office Manager Mel Page Design and Illustrations Sonia Blaskovic Proofreader Peter Ascot Part
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Mediterranean
Asian greens, beans, beetroot, carrot, fennel, horseradish, kohlrabi, leek, lettuce, potato, radish, rocket, silverbeet, squash, swede, tomato, turnip and zucchini. Asian greens, beans, broccoli, cabbage, carrot, celeriac, celery, horseradish, kale,
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Contributors
Nicole is a freelance writer and communications consultant with a passion for stories about sustainable living and social justice. She lives on the land of the Gubbi Gubbi people on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast with her two daughters, husband and thei
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Follow The Leaders
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Movie
A FILM BY JOSHUA TICKELL AND REBECCA HARRELL TICKELL (2020) Maybe the most important thing about the 2020 film Kiss the Ground is the breadth of the audience it’s trying to capture. Husband-and-wife filmmaker and environmental activist duo Joshua Tic
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