The sweltering day was made cooler by the enclave of native vegetation throughout Anne-Marie’s Eltham property, enabling the volunteers to complete their edible garden, with compost bays, swales, a pond and more!
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Kim has not one, but two lovely four-month old pure-breed Barnevelder roosters to give away, and they’re young and virile and ready for some lovin!
Permablitz has long supported kinders and preschools, and on a lovely Saturday volunteers and parents alike completed the transformation of Dame Nellie Melba kinder into a sustainability wonderland.
Repair Cafés are free meeting places and they’re all about repairing things (together). Michelle recently started one in inner-west Melbourne and chats with us about its many benefits for individuals and communities alike
Permablitz is currently looking for someone to take on the esteemed Innie role – could this be you? The Innie is the lifeblood of the Collective – they respond to emails and help organise blitzes by...
Each time a permablitz takes place we are reminded of the importance of growing our own food – whether that be for seasonal veggies or a food forest…
The Growing Abundance Project encourages a strong local food economy by promoting local farmers and reducing food waste. Their promotion of food security and healthy foods has hit home, and they’re only getting started!
The West Brunswick Food Forest blitz was lots of fun for people of all ages – and everyone was keen to learn new skills, make new friends and care for the community food forest.
San Antonio recently enjoyed a permablitz in which a food forest was created. “People are just amazing when they work together, you can just get so much done in a short time. It’s transformed!”
Leeks have always felt like a luxury vegetable for me. I associate them with lush, creamy bakes with blue cheese, and nourishing winter soups. Yum scrum! Growing regular leeks requires dedication and patience; they...