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!”
Author: Adrian O'Hagan
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...
What a month October was! A film screening, birthdays, blitzes, first ever Chicken Bingo event – it’s almost more than a Collective kid can bear! But there are gardens out there that need edible...
The Permablitz Tenth Birthday party event saw Naomi take a morning Medicinal Plant Lore Walk along Peppertree Place’s luscious garden pathways – here’s just some of the knowledge she shared
How do you play you ask? It’s simple really… participants get a ticket and some seed.. The chook is unleashed and eats before spreading the manure love. And when the poop lands, the crowd cries and a winner is declared!
The permablitz has enabled us to grow lots of veggies, keep chooks and have an aesthetically pleasing garden much sooner than would have been the case had we been working on it alone. We’d recommend having a permablitz to others without hesitation.
Do you write good and stuff? Are you tired of missing out on Permablitzes before they book out, and wish that you had a golden ticket to be able to get in to any booked-out blitz? Then this may be the gig for you!
It’s been a time of highs and lows for the team at Permablitz decentral lately. Of course, the big news is the passing of the permaculture great Bill Mollison. To say the man was...
The green leaves of lemon balm have the scent of lemon with a hint of mint, with leaves that look like oversized mint—no surprise, since lemon balm is part of the mint family!