Integrating Biochar in Permaculture

Mini Moxham biochar kiln in operation at Biochar workshop, Djanbung Gardens with Dolph Cooke

“The movement to integrate Biochar into our soils must be localized in scale, and by preferably utilizing the waste products of other systems as to ensure any wider environmental damage is minimized.”   Integration of Biochar Into Existing Permaculture Systems – Reducing Carbon Footprint and Increasing Yields An Integrated Design Research Report by Max Shaap …

Celebrate Bamboo

Bamboo arbour and fence using B. odhamii and B. tulda

Next annual Bamboo Workshop at Djanbung Gardens: Oct 12-14, 2011 Don’t miss this great hands-on workshop learning about growing, crafting and building with this amazing material Some interesting Bamboo facts… Bamboo is the most renewable building resource on Earth. Bamboo is also the fastest growing plant on Earth. It puts out more biomass per acre …

Growing Abundance – maximise your food self-reliance

With food prices set to continue to escalate over the coming years, it’s an important time to start taking the issue of food security to heart. Food security is something we can all participate in, by gardening at home, in community gardens and as small-scale producers. The Growing Abundance workshop series has something for everyone …

DJANBUNG GARDENS OPEN DAY

DJANBUNG GARDENS OPEN DAY Saturday 13th of June between 10am and 4pm GROW YOUR SOLUTIONS – MAKE THE TRANSITION! On Saturday the 13th of June, Djanbung Gardens will be featuring its annual open day, offering free Permaculture workshops, special guest speakers and the opportunity to explore the gardens of the world-class Permaculture training facility located …