Issue 6 Autumn 2019

Marie reviews the nature of education and how we can integrate this with the patterns of life.
What's On
Details of up-and-coming courses and events with the Northern School of Permaculture.
Chris Gathercole talks to Angus Soutar about starting the Forest Garden in the Lancashire village of Whalley, sharing his experiences of community activity.
Our regular contributors reflect on the autumn and offer some suggestions on how to connect with the natural cycle of events. Marie finds inspiration in spiders, Krysia writes about caring for our lungs and large intestines with nourishing soups.
Here and There
Back at the Parsonage for the PDC, reports from our Autumn "Open House", Lancaster ESTA events and the RHS Bridgewater pre-opening tour.
Two businesses moving in the same direction as we are. We talk to Jayson Byles of East Neuk Seaweed in Fife and Jayne Birkett from the La'al Burger Bar in Ambleside.
Krysia reviews the film "The Need to Grow"
A place to distribute surplus and also ask for help. Features some low-waste retail outlets that we like..
Freddie Cannon gives us some observations from his bicycling tour of New Zealand.