Natural Dye Workshop at Djangbung Gardens “Natural dying is one skill that is easy, at little cost and is a fun method of recycling and renewing.”
Did you know that 90 potentially invasive plant species are being sold in nurseries in Australia? George Monbiot ducsussesthe problem of our govenments’ reluctance to deal effectively with ecologically harmful plant and animal species: http://www.monbiot.com/archives/2010/10/04/the-aliens-are-coming/
Djanbung Gardens and Bamboo In Asia bamboo is a symbol of strength, flexibility, tenacity and endurance and for a world subject to climate change and an onslaught of natural disasters including a crisis of forest loss it could become a major remedy.
Robyn’s Kitchen On an enjoyable Tuesday in June 2010 during the Post Harvest & Storage course, we co created some of Robyn’s kitchen goodies.
Djanbung Gardens Open Day 2010 June 12, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. All of us at Permaculture College Australia welcome you to join us on June 12 for the 2010 Djanbung Gardens Open Day! Our theme this year is “Practical Solutions for Eco-friendly Living and Design”, which brings together many aspects of permaculture from the …
Open Day Report from a Colombian perspective – June 13th 2009 The students had been planning and organizing this day from the beginning of the year, it is the biggest day of the year for Djanbung Gardens.
AL’S FARM Al is one of the major suppliers of honey for this area.
A series of Eco-villages in the making Declan Kennedy, founding director of Global Ecovillage Network (GEN) reflects on his visit to Djanbung Gardens and Jarlanbah
The term terra preta specifically applies to the Brazilian soils of the Amazon basin, where it was produced 5000 years ago, by an as yet uncertain agricultural process of ‘slash, burn and bury’ . This formed “reefs”, for the micro-organisms to colonise, and also stored nutrients against leaching in the high rainfall. Geoff Moxham writes…