Our top science-nerd loved this book with the author’s broad perspective on land management and experimental mindset – if you’re interested in Agroforestry you should definitely check this out!
You know when you get some really good soil? And you want to tell the world about it? We want you to share your soil stories with us – so we can shout them loud and proud with everyone!
One of the truly great resources for Permaculture Designers is the plant database of “Plants for a future” (PFAF), with over 7,000 plant species catalogued!
A farmlette is a prior lawn that is converted into a food-producing plot at least 500 square feet in size, consisting of row crops grown directly in the ground.
Last week we teamed up with Permaculture Victoria to present the Fair Food documentary. The documentary reminds us that we all have choices. Choices about who we are, what we eat, the food we grow,...
One of the big hits at Permablitzes are wicking beds. It is time that we talk a little bit about how they work, why they work, and what you can do to make them...
Urban beekeeping is going from strength to strength, with more beekeepers than ever in the state of Victoria alone. A handful of beekeepers have taken the next step into self-sufficiency , and have actively...
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
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 Permablitz Collective’s very own Kat Lavers has recently adopted a small flock of quails – are she has completely and utterly fallen in love with them.