Pip Permaculture Magazine



Anthology edited by Nick Rose and Andrea Gaynor (UWA Publishing 2018)

Review by Emily Stokes

As we continue to become a more urbanised society, the question of how we can live and eat well in our cities has never been more critical. This collection of real stories explores past histories of urban food production in Australia, plus we hear from current food production innovators on what they’re doing and why.

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