Welcome to Permablitz Melbourne!

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Mulched Earth Policy

What is the collective noun for permablitzes?  A plethora, a shindig, a spree, a litter?  We better invent one fast, for there has been an embarrasment of interstate and international permablitzes since we last...

ACT’s first blitz!

ACT’s first blitz!

Sunday, 26 July, 10:00am-4:00pm Help Riccardo and Sharyn create a food forest in their front yard! Lots to do and learn: Plant fruit trees, veggies, herbs, blue berries and bushfoods, learn about espaliering fruit...

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New website

Welcome to the new look Permablitz Melbourne website.  It’s not just a new look, it’s got a bit of new content too.  We’ve got an extended list of regional permablitz groups, we’ve rejigged the...

Urban Design Patterns in Melbourne

There have been almost 70 permablitzes in and around Melbourne, and many of us have been performing permaculture designs professionally too in parallel.   So what are some of the common good ideas and recurring...

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Terraforming Planet Earth

Heard of ‘terraforming‘? That’s the technical term for taking inhospitable planets and changing the atmosphere and introducing life to make them habitable to humans. Kind of a sci-fi thing at this stage. And since...

Pecking at a Statistics book.

Doing the Maths of Blitz

You’ve heard of the Win-Win.  Well how about the WIN to the power of WIN times WIN, fried in a wholesome batter of extra WIN. When you’re blitzing you’re learning by doing, while getting ideas...

Paul and Claire in the garden

Fruit and VEG in Altona (Paul in The Age)

Our Paul from the permablitz network and Very Edible Gardens and his partner Claire were featured in a full colour article in The Age today: "It’s a typical suburban backyard – about 70 square...

Happiness Squared.

Happiness Squared.

“If you want to be happy in this life for one day, you get drunk, but if you want to be happy forever, become a gardener.” — Old saying Why not, we ask, do...