A guided tour with Robert/Robyn Guyton through their 15 year old forest garden. Food forest tours run from October till April, these tours are run as a fundraiser for the South Coast Environment So…
$40per person or $60 for a couple Bring a plate to share for lunch or your own packed lunch (whichever suits you best) Hot drinks provided Bring a coat and sturdy footwear, paper & pen, …
Organized by Karla Evans/Robyn Guyton | Type: workshop
3 day camp on beautiful Waiheke Island. Five teachers, six workshops over one weekend. Let's introduce you to some skills for a resilient life; Bee Keeping, Bio-intensive Gardening, Sheet Mulching,…
Interactive displays, workshops (start at 9.30), Competitions & activities! Celebrating Southland’s home harvest. Bring along your best or most interesting fruit & vegetables for the displa…
Well, now that we are at the end of December, my garden is finally starting to take off :) I started planting Labour weekend, but everything I planted failed to grow and some things were taken out by the thousands of little slugs I have living in my woodchips. After talking to friends, I think the plants failed to grow because the ground was covered with mulch and took longer to warm up. Plus the garden is exposed to the sou-wester winds, soil is a bit compacted etc etc. Next year I will…Continue
Inhabit: A Permaculture Perspective offers stories and solutions for meeting human needs while simultaneously restoring the health of the ecosystems we live in.
Looking forward to watching this documentary when it gets released! More info…Continue
Posted by Mariana on December 6, 2014 at 8:37pm
Have constructed more terraces for annual veg beds. Big problem germinating seeds this year. Kali's toms have self sown along with lettuces left to go to seed. Now have comfrey and seaweed tea barrels for fert. 99% ground covered with weeds but removed some to make clean terrace beds. Still adding grass clippings and coffee. I miss my chickens.
Posted by Suburban Micro Food Forest on December 5, 2014 at 11:08pm
5 acres and 5 bed house for sale Paremoremo - suitable permaculture with good water catchment, space for zone 1 veg garden zone 2 fruit trees and zone three livestock plus forest. email firstname.lastname@example.org for details
Posted by Suburban Micro Food Forest on December 5, 2014 at 11:02pm
So, after getting the food forest started, it was time to start on the vege garden. First I layed that old carpet and underfelt all over the ground in the backyard to kill off the grass. I had hoped it would kill off the grass completely by September when I planned to start double digging, but by the end of August…Continue
Posted by Megan on September 20, 2014 at 7:28pm
Well, we have finally moved, and I have a Lot more room to play with. Half an acre, in fact.
While we were still house hunting I started watching videos about permaculture orchards and gardens on Youtube and stumbled across a new idea (well, new to me) called 'Food Forests'. The idea is, instead of planting fruit trees with grass or maybe a herbal ley underneath, you plant all the layers you find in a forest: tall trees, short trees, shrubs, vines, ground cover, root crops. You also…Continue
Posted by Sarah Walsh on September 20, 2014 at 2:49pm