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Two Agricultures, Not One

Article about peak phosphorous and the future of agriculture by John Michael Greer: From the text: “Talking about the future after peak oil is a challenging thing. One of the things that makes it most...

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BAMBOO: The Wood That Would Be King!

Bamboo, the king of wood? Bamboo is arguably the most versatile plant on the planet. By far, it is the most prolific of all plants. In China bamboo is the symbol of longevity and in India it is the symbol of friendship. Technically a grass, bamboo is the fastest...

Bioregional Report APT Cert4, 2008

all APT CertIV participants, 2008 This is your document for collectively working on your bioregional report. Past table of contents here as master list. if you add a heading please ensure you insert both here in the table of contents and in the applrpriate location in...

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Water-saving Wicking Bed

Wicking beds are raised garden beds with a water reservoir at the base made from pond liner filled with rocks and gravel. Moisture wicks up through the soil to feed the plant roots, thus little is lost to evaporation and plants are encouraged to send their roots down...

Fun foraging frenzy

Well, you’ve not heard much from me since my wee secretary went ‘ome to Sco’land. She was a bonny lass and we miss her. And so many exciting things been happening here at the gardens, like Costa’s visit and the bamboo harvest and the arrival of a bunch of wee baby...

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dganbung means platypus

Djanbung (pronounced with a hard ‘j’ and silent ‘d’) means platypus in the local Wiyabul dialect – the name was given by senior Bundjalung elder and lore keeper, Uncle Eric Walker.

Discover more about the indigenous significance of the Djanbung.

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