A very photo-heavy tour of the permaculture garden that was recently opened at Mt Terry Public School in Albion Park.
Unlike most whopper tales, this one comes with photos!
Rosina Buckman, a member of the Permaculture Noosa group and winner of the 2009 Sunshine Coast Council Living Smart – Edible Landscape award, visits.
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!
A complete summary of the costs for our first foray into raising our own pigs for meat, from piglet purchase right through to slaughter and butchering.
If you want to clear a large area of land with little effort, you can’t beat a pig tractor!
By “chopping and dropping” your weeds you not only mulch and return nutrients to the soil, but you avoid disturbing the soil surface and prevent more weed seeds germinating.