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!
Welcome to Permablitz Melbourne!
It was a day of sun, surf, sand and soil – and a hardy group of almost 20 volunteers (and trusty designers Goshen & Fiona) transformed Sonia’s back yard into a low-maintenance veggie-ready oasis!
Brett & Mel’s garden has evolved into a sensory delight since their blitz two years ago, with fruit, berries, ground covers and chickens complementing each other to create a truly wonderful garden space
It’s the last month of Autumn, but with the near-total lack of rain you’d barely know it. The weather has been rather mild of late, so you’d certainly forgive the plant-life for being confused!...
Tis the season for colds and flu so what better way to make it through than chewing down on what you grew: garlic!
We recently enjoyed the first decent rains in Melbourne in almost six weeks, and with any luck we won’t have to wait quite so long before the next time we hear raindrops on the...
Ego Lemos is a permaculturist and singer-songwriter who is spreading permaculture through Timor Leste through local schools and community engagement
Onions are a simple to grow garden crop, and are used in a multitude of dishes worldwide. Some prime ministers have even been known to eat them raw!
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.
Autumn is almost here – and we’re already seeing fallen dry leaves swirling around the streets… That means that many of us are now wrapping up our summer harvests, and getting stuck into preserving...