i've done it. we researched plants that would be native to our area at trees for canterbury. we've got a really wide berm. on our street all the berms are planted with old cabbage trees; 3 other houses have planted their berms…"
"come to the new brighton community gardens tomorrow 10-12 (thurs 31st) for the FREE workshop brought to you by http://www.regeneration.org.nz /regeneration-roadtrip this is our chance, christchurch to learn, to recover- and what…"
"kia ora folk,
good news, there's a meeting taking place next thursday 31st in brighton on a topic that will definitely interest you- world cafe style, questions and discussion based on transition towns... as soon as a venue has been confirmed…"
"Hi there Bec, your friend George Stanley has suggested that you might be interested in hosting a Dirt Doctor workshop at your property? Please send us an e-mail if you are as we're planning to come down that way at the end of March…"
do you guys know about the weekly sustainable swap meet @ the new brighton community gardens? it's kinda what it says: meet|swap! produce includes veges, fruit, eggs but often includes baking and preserves, juice and fish. once i…"
"despite its edibility, this is where we start: by demonstrating that council plantings don't necessarily have to be wasteful; they can still be attractive and have a purpose: allysum calls the good insects and the silverbeet could feed us or…"
For people keen on permaculture, esp practical applications in & near Chch.We meet sometimes, to share, learn, & do.No qualification is needed to be part of this group.To learn more about permaculture, see: wikipedia.org/wiki/PermacultureSee More
Gardening advice, to be a gardening buddy, Permaculture design
Food Growing Skill Level
Experience and Qualifications
Horticulturalist, Lots of years in the garden
I am interested in...
Buying Local Food, Community Gardens, Preserving, WWOOFA Hosting, Seed Savers, Gardening on others Land
Tell us about your garden and what you're growing
our little republic has 9 citizens: 5 chickens, 1 cat, and 3 people. we are currently creating a garden that we hope to nourish and nurture our family- naturally it is organic, and follows principles of permaculture design. we've planted apples, pear, nectarines, fig and an apricot, all of which are espaliers. although our climate might not allow it today i planted a tamarillo... we hope to next autumn plant some nuts.
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Hi there Bec, your friend George Stanley has suggested that you might be interested in hosting a Dirt Doctor workshop at your property? Please send us an e-mail if you are as we're planning to come down that way at the end of March email@example.com
Thanks so much for the warm welcome bec. Yep Dad was an interesting character. He took the Govt to task over all peoples rights to eat and survive freely from the oceans resources and turned a portion of our land up North into a community garden, safe guarded as a Charitable Trust. Folks just go there and work for the share enjoyment of it (no wages) and come harvest time - the fruit of the land is available for distribution, the fish is smoked and distributed - koha(exchange) or tohutohu (free distribution) is the underlying philosophy.(and allowing humanity to eat freely from the earth and ocean). So simple aye?