A tour around the Kiama Primary School permaculture garden, with lots of photos.
Kiama Primary School had the official opening of their permaculture garden on Friday, and I was fortunate enough to be able to attend. What an awesome garden they’ve built!
The notes from my recent presentation to Jamberoo Community Growers on swales.
We had 9 cubic metres (4.6 tons) of mulch delivered – and I have to move it all by wheelbarrow!
Photos and videos of Monday’s flooding around Jamberoo.
Info on fruit tree swales, another Illawarra blogger, a cool tinyhouse, young people getting into farming in the US, wind knitting, and chicken tunnels.
It took a long time, but I finally finished digging the swale across the back of my shed. With mango, banana, coffee, loquats, sweet potato, taro and more it should be a productive little area soon!
How to dismantle wooden shipping pallets and use them to build sheds, chicken coops, animal shelters and other useful structures. Also how to dig swales, and an indoor farm in Tokyo.
This is a post I wrote a while ago on my personal blog, but I think it’s really appropriate here. Plus I still don’t have much time to post anything new yet. Don’t you hate it when you know you’ve seen something in a video (say, Bill Mollison talking about planting in guilds), but you … [Read more…]