Summer

Editorial
Marie sets the scene for this first issue and explains what moves us to produce our Journal.
What's On
Details of up-and-coming courses and events with the Northern School of Permaculture.
Pioneers
In this first issue we are interviewing Angus Soutar who is the Principal and Founder of the Northern School of Permaculture. Angus has over 25 years experience of practising and teaching permaculture.
Summertime
Our regular contributors reflect on the summer season and offer some suggestions on how to connect with the natural cycle of events.
Showcase
The featured permaculture design for this issue is Teresa Pereira's Seasonal Wellbeing Blueprint
Here and There
Reports from the Permaculture Scotland Gathering, Pittarthie Farm, and Asmelash Dagne Daiko, together with some other brief news items.
Futures
A look at what is on the road ahead, with a glimpse of our plans for a practical skills training programme that aims to help those who want to become more involved in implementing permaculture designs.
Inspiration
A short review of the film "Inhabit" - an introduction to the gentle, steady and necessary transformation of our world through permaculture design.
Noticeboard
A place to distribute surplus and also ask for help. Features some information about developing our on-line resources for the School.
YourSpace
News, views and opinion, featuring just a few of the fascinating e-mails that we have received recently.

Autumn

Editorial
The importance of being connected.
What's On
Details of up-and-coming courses and events with the Northern School of Permaculture.
Pioneers
The interview with Angus Soutar continues, and we have a reminiscence with Maureen Boustred about land in Kent.
Autumn
Our regular contributors reflect on the autumn season and offer some suggestions on how to connect with the natural cycle of events.
Here and There
Reports from the Permaculture Convergence in Manchester, last summer's gathering in Scotland, the visit to Incredible Farm and other brief news items.
Futures
A look at what is on the road ahead, our plans for this newsletter and for a practical skills training programme that aims to help those who want to become more involved in implementing permaculture designs.
Inspiration
Marie reviews a TED talk by Robin Kimmerer about gratitude for our food.
Noticeboard
A place to distribute surplus and also ask for help. Features some requests for help developing our resources for the School.
YourSpace
News, views and opinion, featuring just a few of the fascinating e-mails that we have received recently.