MEDIA RELEASE — RELEASE DATE 3 FEBRUARY 2017
Pip, the Australian permaculture magazine is celebrating the release of its seventh issue this month and its increase in production from two to three issues. We felt that two issues wasn’t quite enough. After a few months, people were getting hungry for more. So as of 2017 we will be releasing three issues a year, March, July and November with issue seven hitting PA member letterboxes late Feb.
We’re really excited to have reached issue seven, from our humble beginnings with a Pozible crowdfunding campaign three years ago. We’re now in newsagents and retail outlets around Australia and New Zealand and shipping worldwide.
The latest issue is packed with articles on all things related to the chicken, including out beautiful chicken on the cover. We also have features on natural dyeing, growing garlic for year round supply, pickling, fermenting, electric cars and more. We also have a special tribute to Bill Mollison, the father of permaculture who passed away late last year.
We love having a diverse mix of perspectives on permaculture in practice in the mag. There’s no ‘one way’ to do permaculture, and it’s a growing movement with lots of exciting new ideas coming from different places. Our goal is to share these and connect the permaculture movement in Australia and beyond.
We’re passionate about bringing the Australian-grown permaculture movement to a wider audience locally, which is why we started the magazine. In 2017 we’re going from strength to strength with our increase in production and distribution and the launch of our podcast series.
About Pip Magazine:
Pip Magazine started as a crowd-funding venture in 2014, and in just three years has grown reaching more than 18,000 readers worldwide.
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