Features

  • Whenua Warrior: Moko Morris talks with Kelly Francis, the catalyst for over 250 food gardens
  • Return to sender: Compost from urban waste – can you trust it? Joseph Dougherty investigates

 

Gardening

  • How to grow kūmara, by Rachel Rose
  • Great glasshouse design, by Sharon Stevens
  • The art of espalier: Sharon Stevens interviews Sarah Frater of Edible Garden
  • Moon calendar for July and August, by Rachel Pomeroy

 

Health and food

  • Reasons to be chia-full: A multi-purpose superfood, by Denise Cox
  • Recipes for winter: kūmara fudge, kūmara hotcakes, get-well-soon soup, by Denise Cox and Philippa Jamieson
  • A holistic approach to depression and anxiety, by Sandra Clair
  • Wired versus wireless: 5G and our health, by Katherine Smith
  • Felted soap to the rescue! A DIY project, by Diana Noonan

 

Science watch

  • GE betrayal? A wake-up call, by Jon Carapiet

 

Farming and horticulture

  • Pastoral care: Pasture renewal in a holistic grazing system, by Mary Ralston
  • Growing on a small footprint: Maureen Howard visits market gardener Jim O’Gorman

 

Building and technology

  • Solar flair, by Crispin Caldicott

 

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