Farmers’ Market Saves Lives! A Rice Farmer’s Story Such a simple solution to the declining wholesale price for broad-acre crops: Skip the middle man and connect directly with the consumers!
Rural Regeneration: Good things happen in small places Just when I thought there was no hope for rural Australian communities, I’ve discovered a beacon of hope in a place least expected!
Permablitz in my Rental Backyard III – Winter Solstice Abundance! A small selection from the winter harvest It’s dead smack in the middle of winter at Batcastle Gardens, but that’s no deterrent for hardcore veggie-gardening addicts.
It was a winter Permaculture festival at Djanbung Gardens, with over 100 people showing up to our annual open day event.
Permablitz in my rental backyard – Part II BatCastle garden after just 8 weeks Much has happened in the BatCastle backyard since we last checked in. The greens are all exploding from their place in the keyhole bed, the beanstalks are reaching fairytale proportions and the kang kong has taken off down the hill somewhere …
My Internship at Djanbung Gardens 2010 – international student Over a cup of coffee in India, I found my recommendation to study permaculture with Robyn Francis.
Permablitz in my rental backyard! It’s official! You don’t need to own your own home to grow your own food. All it takes is a few square metres of a suburban back yard, and you’ll be feasting in no time!
Update on Coal Seam Gas Mining Situation in OUR Bioregion This is serious… we’re going to have to bring in the big guns to defeat this evil nemesis… where is Superman when you need him!? It’s just like something out of a movie… good verses evil, David verses Goliath. Three women sitting around …
Guy Stewart reflects on his APT (Accredited Permaculture Training™) diploma with PCA at Djanbung Gardens.
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.”