The Melbourne Food Hub is developing an urban farm in the heart of Alphington, to grow fresh food for sale while serving as an educational site to help aspiring farmers and gardeners learn all they need to know about growing great produce.
Permablitz has decided to beef up our organisational hub and is actively seeking out fresh members to help us in our mission to convert gardens into edible oases!
There are some really cool community-based projects all over Victoria hoping to get funding, and they need your votes. Check out a small sample of what’s being considered!
Timor Leste is working towards food security and food sovereignty by introducing permaculture into the school curriculum – something we’d love to see more here in Australia!
Twelve years after kicking off the Permablitz movement, Dan Palmer is still making permaculture stronger – and he wants to take you on this journey with him.
Permablitz is currently looking for someone to take on the esteemed Innie role – could this be you?
“Just going and introducing yourself to two other people here today is more valuable than anything I can say.”
Ho ho ho – we’re coming up to the season to be jolly! And thanks to the good folk at Ben’s Bees, we’ve got a ridiculously wholesome hamper to give away – check it...
Are you passionate about gardening &/or permaculture? The Marist180 Skills Development Centre is looking for volunteers to support young people and the local community in the Seedwell Garden Project.
Coffee sacks can be incredibly useful – from kindling carryall to sheet mulch fabulousness, to cushion covers/pictures for coffee addicts/seat wraps… They’re both reusable & compostable, and we’ve got some to give away