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.
We recently met Mel and Sas, two energetic and passionate young women who have recently started a small organic market garden business in Harcourt, just outside of Castlemaine. They’ve started small and between them are currently...
The Keyhole Garden concept is brilliantly simple. A circular raised bed has a centre compost basket that distributes nutrients to the surrounding lasagne-style garden bed, with a small cut-in for easy access to the centre compost basket
Like any other forest, a food forest is a multi-storied affair, with plants from underground, surface, undergrowth, shrubs, understory trees, and the canopy. The basic food forest building block is a Tree Guild.
Farms are the food-bowls of the world, and more people are thinking of starting farms of their own. But wanting a farm and gaining experience working and living in one are very different things!
Our very own Hermann has just done another video with the team from Palate, and it focuses on his amazing fermenting skills with sauerkraut – check it out!