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The last mandala garden Lizi Jamal created was in the Glastonbury Festival Permaculture Garden, twenty five years ago, back in 1991. It was co-created with her partner at the time. It had an eight-sided sacred bagua shape with yin and yang shapes in the four cardinal directions. It was also inspired by the Hopi Medicine Wheel.

In working on that project is where Lizi first had a dream of having her own land project where people, especially young people, could come to be inspired and reconnect with the land.  After many years of searching here and abroad her dream manifested.

This feature was first published in Permaculture Works issue 127, Spring 2016. Permaculture Works is the quarterly members' newsletter of the Permaculture Association. It is buzzing with stories and permaculture news straight from our members. 

Bristol Permaculture Group has been running since 1999.

Permaculture Scotland are delighted to announce that Groundworks in partnership with the Tesco ‘Bags of Help’ initiative have awarded funding to build a children's permaculture forest garden at the Hidden Mill, a Permaculture ScotLAND Learner site in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland.

Permaculture Works is the quarterly members' newsletter of the Permaculture Association. It is buzzing with stories and permaculture news straight from our members. 

This post shares some content from the Spring 2016 issue published in March.

Permaculture Works is free to members and is mailed out in the post and emailed as a PDF version.

Recently arrived in Leeds, I am the new intern that will be part of the management of the PIRN project. My name is Ilaria, I am from Napoli (Italy) and I will be working at the Permaculture Association until September 2016.