Issue 26 – digital edition


In our 26th issue, learn:

  • How to grow enough food to feed your family
  • Techniques to preserve garlic by drying, fermenting, and more
  • Create a productive garden using Milpa design principles
  • Which is the most sustainable seafood

We also feature inspiring stories from across the country:

  • We explore the new ‘Farm My School’ initiative in regional Victoria
  • We meet a Vietnamese gardener growing food in the red desert of the outback
  • We discover a home renovation in Tassie using small and simple solutions
  • We learn how creating local economies is the key to a sustainable future

Plus, all our regular pieces, including foraging, seed saving, kid’s patch, and more.

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Raising Backyard Chickens Ebook

Pip’s Beginner’s Guide to Raising Chickens will show you how to keep a healthy flock of happy hens in your backyard. Using organic and permaculture principles as the cornerstone of integrating chickens into your space, you’ll learn all of the basics of hen husbandry from breed selection, coop requirements, what to feed them to keep them healthy and laying, as well as habits, behaviours and what to look out for to keep on top of common pests and diseases. You’ll also learn tricks from experienced keepers, cost-saving food ideas and even tips on ways chickens can do far more around your patch than simply supply you with a reliable source of organic eggs.

In our summer issue of Pip Magazine, we share tips and tricks to help you grow enough food to feed your family, along with ideas for productive garden design, growing edible shade, and what to plant now for summer growth. We feature a home renovation focusing on simplicity and sustainability, learn how to preserve, ferment, and store your garlic, and reveal which is the most sustainable seafood. All this alongside our regular features on growing, preserving, seed saving, kids’ pages, and much more.

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