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Featured articles about all things permaculture, stories of projects, recipes, food for thought and what’s happening to planet earth.  Includes he most comprehensive collection of writings by Robyn Francis.

Wild Foraging in Iceland

I’ve just been on a wild forage walk harvesting a salad for dinner tonight. This has become a daily joy since I arrived here in Iceland three days ago. On the bus journey from the airport into Reykjavik I noticed a lot of familiar plants growing on the roadside...

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Student posts

Reports, news and projects by our PCA students

Store your garlic for next year’s crop

Here are the basics for having a supply of garlic for vegetative propagation. The details I will be discussing is harvesting, processing/curing and storage. Get it right, and your home grown garlic will store for eight months or more. Please note: this information is...

Produce No Waste – The Way of Whey

Being a Permaculture Diploma student at Djanbung Gardens has a number of benefits. To start with, we attend all short courses on offer at Djanbung, an incredibly rich and diverse curriculum. A few weeks ago we completed a cheese making workshop with our local expert...

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Team blogs

From PCA staff  and Djanbung team

Margrit Kennedy 1939-2013 Permaculture Pioneer

Margrit Kennedy passed away on Dec 29, 2013. She was one of the first generation of permaculture pioneers, and an important mentor and role model for me as a young permaculture teacher and designer in the 1980s. I write this in honour of her work and considerable...

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Graduates Stories

See what our alumni graduates and former students are doing

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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.

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