A Permaculture Garden Tour with David Holmgren

In this video you can visit Melliodora, the home of David Holmgren and Su Dennett in Victoria, Australia. David is the co-originator of the permaculture concept and this tour offers an insight into how he and Su have designed their home and gardens according to permaculture design principles. You can tour through the four zones … Read more

Permaculture Technology Jamboree

This event has multiple purposes: collaboration, experimentation and innovation to move permaculture technology forward experiences for people new to permaculture technology building homesteading skills The Jamboree Format: Attendees can wander among all FIFTEEN of the tracks and participate or observe as much or as little as they like. The instructors will see a project to … Read more

Vertical Gardens for Small Spaces

Growing upward, or vertically, can help you make the most of your gardening space by utilizing the area above your garden plot or containers.  It is also good for better disease control on vining crops that need good air circulation. From hanging pockets to living walls and trellises these small garden ideas will make you … Read more

Algae as a Sustainable Fuel and Food Source

Algae is a sustainable material available to designers. It uses photosynthesis to absorb carbon dioxide and produce oxygen, thereby reducing environmental impact and purifying the air. It can be used as renewable biofuel or it can act as a highly nutrient-rich food source. Its rapid growth can make it a good alternative for fuel and … Read more

Regenerative Gardening in New Zealand

Brent Burge was diagnosed with Myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) 22 years ago. ME is a neurological disease affecting multiple systems and causes chronic fatigue. Hence, it is also commonly known as chronic fatigue syndrome. Burge said it was good to get the diagnosis as it gave an explanation and understanding of what was happening. However, it … Read more