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Dumbo Feather

Issue 58
Magazine

Dumbo Feather is an iconic Australian magazine. Published quarterly for seven years, and hailed around the world as a design leader, it is a magazine like no other. Our readers are people who want to be told a different story than the one they hear every day. Each quarterly issue features five extended (20 page) profiles of people worth knowing, across enterprise, education, science, sport, politics, fashion and the arts. Whether they’ve touched millions, or just those around them, we take the time to get to know these people, and ask them to tell us their stories.

EDITORIAL

Living Soil • A teaspoon of healthy soil is a bustling city, home to billions of busy micro-organisms. The city’s food supply is soil carbon—mostly from decaying plant and root matter—which sustains all kinds of life forms.

The Spiral of Existence

What I’ve learned from Masanobu Fukuoka

Letter to a Young Farmer

Growing Ag Talent

CHARLES MASSY READS THE LANDSCAPE

WENDELL BERRY KNOWS OUR LIMITS

Mossy Willow Farm

Milkwood

Sole Food Street Farms

Odonata

CHIDO GOVERA CULTIVATES HOPE

BRUCE PASCOE REWRITES HISTORY

KATHARINE WILKINSON SEES SOLUTIONS

Food Choice: A Basic Human Right

The Future of Our Daily Bread

Rewilding Australia’s Private Land


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Frequency: Quarterly Pages: 116 Publisher: Small Giants Academy Limited Edition: Issue 58

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: February 7, 2019

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

News & Politics

Languages

English

Dumbo Feather is an iconic Australian magazine. Published quarterly for seven years, and hailed around the world as a design leader, it is a magazine like no other. Our readers are people who want to be told a different story than the one they hear every day. Each quarterly issue features five extended (20 page) profiles of people worth knowing, across enterprise, education, science, sport, politics, fashion and the arts. Whether they’ve touched millions, or just those around them, we take the time to get to know these people, and ask them to tell us their stories.

EDITORIAL

Living Soil • A teaspoon of healthy soil is a bustling city, home to billions of busy micro-organisms. The city’s food supply is soil carbon—mostly from decaying plant and root matter—which sustains all kinds of life forms.

The Spiral of Existence

What I’ve learned from Masanobu Fukuoka

Letter to a Young Farmer

Growing Ag Talent

CHARLES MASSY READS THE LANDSCAPE

WENDELL BERRY KNOWS OUR LIMITS

Mossy Willow Farm

Milkwood

Sole Food Street Farms

Odonata

CHIDO GOVERA CULTIVATES HOPE

BRUCE PASCOE REWRITES HISTORY

KATHARINE WILKINSON SEES SOLUTIONS

Food Choice: A Basic Human Right

The Future of Our Daily Bread

Rewilding Australia’s Private Land


Expand title description text