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Issue 35 - Spring 2014

Issue 35 - Spring 2014

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What's inside Issue 35 of JUNO (Spring 2014) 

JUNO's ethos is based on conscious parenting, sustainability, social justice, non-violence and a commitment to personal growth and spiritual awareness. This issue is packed full of supportive and informative features including:

    • Interview with birth activist and writer, Sheila Kitzinger
    • Juliet Kemp suggests ways of applying permaculture principles to parenting
    • Magda Jenkins felt determination, hope and peace as she prepared for her VBAC
    • A look at the risks and the myths of bed sharing
    • Becoming TV-free: Victoria Ward relates how her family cut their screen time
    • The Great Mother: Jackie Singer honours the power of holding
    • Lucy Aitkenread explains why her family use elimination communication
    • Home Education: Claire Evans answers the frequently asked questions
    • Debbie Sellwood suggests a gentle way to support conscious parenting 
    • Guerrilla gardening: Glennie Kindred explains how we can help restore our native plants to their lands
    • The real meaning of organic cotton: the hidden price of cheap clothing
    • Sarah Lozanova and her family moved across America in search of a close eco-community 
    • No woman's-land: Natalie Meddings urges women to reconnect and share knowledge
    • Land Art: Marc Pouyet encourages us to decorate our urban landscape
    • Allotments and community-supported agriculture
    • Interview with Sandy Howarth who talks about educating her autistic son 


    JUNO is printed on uncoated FSC paper from responsible sources, and is recyclable and compostable at the end of its life.

    Magazines are posted in a paper wrapper which can be reused or recycled.


    80 pages, 220x280mm

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