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  • Why Permaculture?
    It’s been several years since I first stumbled upon permaculture, and several years minus a couple of months since I started doing my best to practice it.  Many people have a similar story, and my guess is, like me, they’ve been asked dozens, possibly hundreds, of times what permaculture is…. Read more
    Source: Permaculture Research Institute Published on September 03
  • Geodesic Bamboo Stardome
    We just built two beautiful geodesic bamboo star domes for the Wangunsari Permaculture Project in Indonesia, the smaller of which has been fitted with netting and put to use as a chicken tractor while the larger one will serve as a trellis. They turned out to be beautiful but also… Read more
    Source: Permaculture Research Institute Published on September 01
  • Book Review – How Can I Use Herbs in My Daily Life? by Isabell Shipard
    How Can I Use Herbs in My Daily Life?: Over 500 Herbs, Spices and Edible Plants: an Australian Practical Guide to Growing Culinary and Medicinal Herbs (You can click the image or link above to view product details or purchase … Continue reading →… Read more
    Source: Deep Green Permaculture Published on August 31
  • Permaculture and Peace: Part 1
    This year appears to be a year of crisis. In many countries, the risk of infection from the corona virus continues to be a subject of public concern(1, 2); while global conflict, at a state and community level, appears to be on the rise in many places(3). How can we… Read more
    Source: Permaculture Research Institute Published on August 30
  • Four Ways To Manage Codling Moth – Naturally!
    Last year we had a small amount of codling moth (Laspeyresia (Cydia) pomonella) on our young apples for the first time. Bummer. There were tears. Unfortunately even if your trees are healthy, if there’s any codling moth in the immediate neighbourhood it’s only a matter of time before they find… Read more
    Source: Good Life Permaculture Published on August 30
  • Gardening Calendar (Australian Temperate Climate) – September
    It’s September, the beginning of spring, the time of new life and renewal! The weather is starting to warm up, but there are still cold days, rainy weather and winds to contend with. Early spring is the best time to … Continue reading →… Read more
    Source: Deep Green Permaculture Published on August 29
  • The Importance and Complexity of Community
    I deeply believe that people are the only critical resource needed by people. We ourselves, if we organise our talents, are sufficient to each other. What is more, we will either survive together or none of us will survive. –Bill Mollison, from Permaculture: A Designers’ Manual   Community is paramount… Read more
    Source: Permaculture Research Institute Published on August 29
  • 2020 | SERIES 31 | Episode 24
    Attila and Michele's Wonderland – Jane | FAQs | Vegie Plants for Chooks – Tino | Backyard Bliss – Costa | Tip Top Tomatoes – Josh | DIY Seed Propagation Tray – Millie | Precious Paleoendemics – Tino | Rooftop Resilience – Clarence | A Yam I Am – Jerry… Read more
    Source: Gardening Australia Podcast Published on August 28
  • Attila and Michele's Wonderland
    Jane visits expert succulent growers Attila and Michele Kapitany to see their colourful, and unusual, garden… Read more
    Source: Gardening Australia Podcast Published on August 28
  • FAQS – Cyclamen | No shoots on bare-rooted trees | Lime trees
    Gardening Australia presenters answer commonly asked gardening questions… Read more
    Source: Gardening Australia Podcast Published on August 28
  • Vegie Plants for Chooks
    Tino gives his vegie plants a second life and keeps his chooks happy too!… Read more
    Source: Gardening Australia Podcast Published on August 28
  • Backyard Bliss
    Costa visits a small but perfectly formed Sydney garden that punches above its weight when it comes to growing food for the family… Read more
    Source: Gardening Australia Podcast Published on August 28
  • Tip Top Tomatoes
    Josh wants to grow enough tomatoes this year to make passata, so he’s starting early and going big… Read more
    Source: Gardening Australia Podcast Published on August 28
  • DIY Seed Propagation Tray
    Millie repurposes a timber pallet into a seedling tray for propagating plants… Read more
    Source: Gardening Australia Podcast Published on August 28
  • Precious Paleoendemics
    Tino explores the world of plant fossils – including the living ones you can grow in your own garden… Read more
    Source: Gardening Australia Podcast Published on August 28

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