Voices of Women in Permaculture
Rants, opinions, politics, relationships–this section of our magazine hosts a huge diversity of articles from women all over the world.
Teachings of the Thistle￼
Herbalism and The Great Forgetting
by Matilde Magro Ever think that you might have a cat’s superpower knowing just the right herbs to take for your particular body/ailment/prevention? I’m here…
Explaining regeneration and its expansion beyond the limits of culture
by Matilde Magro There are social, ecological, and spiritual structures that link the human world to the rest of the living on this planet and…
Regenerating Our Reality through Circular Economy
The role of the farmer in a thriving agro-ecological system
Rights of Nature
Marina Nobre: Reforestation is more than planting trees.
Life in symphony
When we don’t know enough, what good does opinion do?
Growing Old With Permaculture
A Manifest for the Embodiment of Imperfection
Community Building: Social and Spiritual Permaculture for Intentional Communities and Transition Towns
And then there is food.
Why It Is So Hard To Love Ourselves
What is zone 00 design and why should you start yours?!
What Indigenous spiritual knowledge can teach us about regenerative design
Reappropriating our inherent natural culture
by Matilde Magro Whether you follow me on Medium, Facebook, or Instagram you’re well aware that I think a lot about how to solve our…
How to learn humility for a better tomorrow
by Matilde Magro Step by step guide of 10 easy ways to reconnect with yourself and to love the life you live. 1. Recognize kinship with…
Lessons From A Tree: Living and Creating With Earth As Play
My 10-Point Plan for Feral Eldership
Embers of Hope: Embracing Life in an Age of Ecological Destruction and Climate Chaos
Watering Our Seeds
Kindness Circles, surrounding community
For your inspiration: Sabarmatee
A woman and her father gathered their know-how, investments and time, and turned 90 acres into a lush edible forest. Here’s their story. “Every expert…
Spiritual gardening, the way out of suffering.
Ever walked along a Chinese garden, public or private, urban or rural? It’s interesting maybe for you to know that if you did, it taught…
We are Stitch (Let’s be Lilo!)
Stitched up as we are I figure we can Lilo it out of here! Recently I read another article about how it’s now considered fact; we…
Benefits of Purging
Did you know that the primary definition of purging — before involving your bowels or getting rid of stuff — is this: a : to clear of guilt b : to…
The Right Question
For most of my career as advisor for Results Based Monitoring (RBM) I supported government and NGO teams in changing their perspective and approach to…
Approaching menopause as a childfree woman
By Gudrun Cartwright As a woman in my late forties, I am definitely approaching menopause. I feel in that ‘peri’ state. Even though I am…
War, what is it good for?
Confronting Shame — The Last Door
By Julia Pereira Dias Shame spits into your romantic dinner. Shame coughs blood on the hands that reach out. Shame laughs its ugly cackle at…
Archetypes and the power to transform
By Priya Logan I previously wrote a post about identifying and even celebrating your “inputs and outputs”, as a human that is a complicated, sometimes…
Taking stock before the stork: using permaculture to plan with pregnancy
Permaculture approaches to landing during pregnancy. By Priya Logan As a birth doula and mother of fifteen years and counting I often see and distincly…
Plants as friends and family members
Reclaiming our sense of belonging. By Luiza Oliveira Looking at the many roots from my multi-racial family, I realized that most of my family background…