May 24, 2022
Describing the 14th Australasian Permaculture Convergence as convivial and informative doesn’t do it justice. Neither do photographs, but they are all I can offer…
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The Organ Pipes Track — sunshine and ice
A short and incomplete history of permaculture
Local economics initiatives stimulated by visit of US advocate
ORID – strategic questioning that gets you to a decision
Solutions shine at food waste forum
Home retrofit production a educational resource
THE PERMACULTURE PAPERS — 4: The nineties boomtime
David Holmgren: design approach to food security
Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands and Beyond
THE PERMACULTURE PAPERS 3: childhood
A pictorial tribute to our mountain hut heritage
August 24, 2018
Teaching the Anthropocene
June 30, 2018
Gladwell’s three roles in spreading ideas
June 25, 2018
THE STRUCTURE OF PERMACULTURE — understanding the network
June 21, 2018
EnSpiral’s path to decentralised organisations: a workshop
June 6, 2018
APC14 — impressions of a permaculture convergence
June 4, 2018
APC14 — informative and convivial
June 3, 2018
From IDEA to ART — Brenna Quinlan at APC14
Collaborative housing the theme of Anitra Nelson’s new book
May 10, 2018
Like a little plastic with your fish?
May 2, 2018