Pip – The Australian Permaculture magazine is now available on Magzter

Pip, the magazine for the Australian permaculture community now comes aboard the World’s largest and fastest growing global digital multi-platform newsstand and magazine store, Magzter. As all things natural and organic are gaining popularity across the globe, it becomes clear that people are constantly looking for new ways to help sustain ‘ideal living’. The aim of Pip magazine is to share stories, ideas and inspiration about how to create a world that can survive into the future. It showcases people and groups who share this ideal and are doing great things around Australia and beyond to live more sustainably. The magazine also offers practical advice about how to implement permaculture into your life.

A pip is the beginning and is the end. Some see the pip as something that is usually thrown away but in permaculture, the pip is seen as the start of new life; the link between the end of one life cycle and the start of another.

With inspiring stories about growing your own food, creating a low energy home, eating locally and staying more in touch with the planet; Pip Magazine contains articles, ideas and inspiration on how to live more fruitfully using permaculture and now this will be shared with over 22 million digital readers on Magzter.

Know all you want to about permaculture for the people when you read Pip on Magzter. Its attractive design, thoughtfully spread and clearly explained articles, present permaculture in an easy to understand manner and is now accessible digitally, anywhere, anytime with just one click- powered by Magzter.

“It is great to see a magazine that aligns with our go-green concept at Magzter. Pip magazine focuses on how to keep nature flourishing by bringing a positive impact on people and the planet thus echoing Magzter’s values of a greener environment. This is an enriching read that Magzter’s users are going to enjoy,” said Girish Ramdas, CEO, Magzter Inc.

“With organic, chemical-free food gaining acceptance around the world, Pip’s entry on Magzter is perfectly timed. Its focus is very clear and detailed; something that is sure to inspire not only others in the trade globally, to create more of their own but also readers who want to make a difference to the planet. Magzter is happy to have Pip on board,” said Vijay Radhakrishnan, President, Magzter Inc.

In the latest issue, Pip explores how to bring permaculture and sustainable living into your life. With articles about how to grow your own meat; no waste cafes, a complete guide to composting toilets, creating a home free from debt; food swaps; kid’s gardens as well as profiles on people, businesses, gardens and community groups; Pip Magazine has something to interest anyone who wants to live more sustainably. The annual subscription of the PIP magazine is priced at USD $9.99 on Magzter.

Pip Magazine is your guide to the simple life; a guide to integrating permaculture and sustainability into your life. There will be in-formative articles on various aspects of permaculture as well as profiles on people, projects, gardens, farms, houses and businesses. There will be ‘how to’ guides, recipes, reviews, a directory containing permaculture related businesses, courses and people and a classifieds section. Robyn Rosenfeldt is the editor, publisher and creator of Pip Magazine.

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