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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.
Conservation in the wild can serve humanity and allow speciation into the future, for those species not driven to extinction. Destruction and fragmentation of habitat could drive speciation by creating disjunct populations with no gene flow! The importance of plants...
Robyn Francis reflects on her memories of Bill Mollison, teacher, mentor, friend... Bill Mollison, co-creator of the permaculture concept and founder of the movement, passed away in Hobart, Tasmania on the evening of September 24, 2016. For many it felt like a giant...
Reports, news and projects by our PCA students
Charlie Mgee, graduate of PCA, Djanbung Gardens, is fundraising to complete a special fun album of music for kids to inspire and educate about permaculture and what they can do to care for the earth. For the past three years, since completing his studies here,...
Slow Food Movement monitoring news: A digest of recent articles and publications on the Movement and how they relate to Permaculture compiled by Jorja Callow 07/ November 2014 What Slow Food can teach Clean Energy by Sonja van Renssen From Renssen’s time in Turin at...
From PCA staff and Djanbung team
One of Bill's final requests was for us to plant trees in his memory. So we decided to plant a new food forest for Bill. During the November Permaculture Design Course 2016 our class went on an excursion to Daleys Nursery in Kyogle to buy some trees for the new Bill...
Cassava flour is easy to make with basic kitchen equipment. It’s gluten free for those with celiac problems. I use it for making pancakes, slices and cookies, and mix it (half/half) with other flours for making breads or pizza dough. Cassava, also known as Tapioca or...
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First ever bi-lingual PDC in English and Mandarin at Djanbung Gardens Permaculture College, January 2019
The LandsEnd forge space at Djanbung Gardens is happening. It’s been an important part of our vision to offer such a space for people to revive and share skills in the important ancient art of blacksmithing, tool and knife making. Blacksmiths underpin all other crafts...
Djanbung Gardens and our favourites videos about permaculture and sustainability
Video of Robyn Francis taking Polly and Pudge off to work to prepare the pig tractor garden for it's third annual planting season.... see our pig tractor in action - they are having such fun! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5TiyziogqCg
There's no such thing as waste Charie Jones got creative for his Permaculture Principles presentation during his Certificate III in Permaculture studies at Djanbung Gardens and wrote a song. It was an instant hit with the class and eventually evolved into this great...
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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