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BOOKS

LOCAL HARVEST: Delicious Ways to Save the Planet.
WAS $35.50 - NOW $25
Kate de Selincourt 1997, paperback 229 pages. Local Harvest sets out the case for a radical downscaling of the food system, clearly documenting the many failings of the industrialised agriculture and food distribution system and offers an appealing and practical alternative vision. It describes a rapid increase in localised sustainable food production already underway, from community supported agriculture and vegetable box schemes to farmers' markets. Local Harvest is a catalyst for an acceleration of this trend.

LETS WORK
WAS $27.50 - NOW $10
Rebuilding the Local Economy Peter Lang 1994, paperback, 179pp, $27.50 Trading without money, exchanging goods and services irrespective of your wealth, is here to stay. Lets Work is the worldıs first guide to using and running Local Exchange Trading Systems and describes the economic and social benefits to be gained. This book is simply written and is essential reading for anyone interested in strengthening local economies.

INTRODUCTION TO PERMACULTURE - SOLD OUT
WAS $40 - NOW $35
Bill Mollison and Reny Mia Slay - Revised edition 2000 paperback, 218pp, many line drawings. The best-selling Permaculture handbook - and our recommended text for a thorough but simply written overview of Permaculture. It provides a step by step introduction to Permaculture with detailed instructions on how to plan and design your Permaculture site.

PERMACULTURE IN A NUTSHELL
WAS $16.50 - NOW $7.50
Patrick Whitefield 1993, paperback, 96pp. Permaculture in a Nutshell is a concise, accessible and well presented guide to the principles and practice of Permaculture in a temperate climate. It also explores ways in which people can work in co-operation to recreate community.

EARTH USERS GUIDE TO PERMACULTURE: Teachers Notes - SOLD OUT
WAS $27.00 - NOW $15
Rosemary Morrow, 1997, paperback, 155pp. This book provides an excellent starting point for designers to thinking about teaching permaculture. Full of great a ideas to integrate into a permaculture or holistic design course.

SHUT UP AND LISTEN
WAS $5- NOW $2
John Papworth, 1997, paperback, 22pp. John visited Australia and delivered a powerful message about the effects of globalisation and the importance of functional local communities. Shut Up and Listen full of wisdom from an activist with over 50 years experience. "He is seeking to challenge some of the basic assumptions we make about contemporary politics, economics and society at large." Edward Goldsmith.

AUDIOVISUALS

THE FUTURE OF PROGRESS
WAS $25 - NOW $15
ISEC, 1998, Video, 30mins. A compilation of interviews with Edward Goldsmith, Martin Khor, Vandana Shiva, and Helena Norberg-Hodge, filmed at an ISEC Conference in Stockholm. A concise and powerful challenge to the prevailing theories of development.

JOURNALS AND POSTERS
THE ECOLOGIST - SPECIAL GLOBALISATION EDITION
WAS $14.50 - NOW $2.50
This special issue is part of the movement for change. It provides not only a critique of the global economy but a vision of social, economic and ecological renewal. Contributing authors include international activists Vandana Shiva, David Orr, Wendell Berry and Helena Norberg-Hodge to name a few. This edition is essential for anyone interested in an equitable future.