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Lyall Bay
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I can offer
Gardening & yard labour, Gardening advice, Garden sitting, Lead a workshop, Permaculture design, Food from my garden
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Experience and Qualifications
Permaculture Experience, WWOOFer, Lots of years in the garden
I am interested in...
Buying Local Food, Selling Local Grown Food, Bartering Local Food, Community Gardens, Learning, Preserving, Helping Others, Seed Savers, Gardening on others Land
Tell us about your garden and what you're growing
We've got a young garden that is exploding with food. We also have 6 chooks and a beehive.

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Host gardens for next year's workshops in Wellington, Auckland, Wanaka, Dunedin, Christchurch, anywhere in between?



Hosts get a free spot in the workshop of course, a completed thermal compost, a double-dug raised mound, a dose of microbial brew and the advice of on-site Dirt Doctors! Let us know if you think your garden could be the place...









Meanwhile, last workshop of the year is this weekend in Wellington. For those keen and eager to set their soil to work while they're away on holiday!



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Posted on December 10, 2010 at 12:20am — 6 Comments

Ongoing fire for locally grown, foraged, and hunted food!

In the spirit of Michael Pollan's 36 hour dinner party with a single wood fire, and also in the spirit of Ooooby!, we'd like to contribute to the food side of things at the upcoming Ecosapiens hui in Taranaki by stoking an ongoing fire in a (portable) wood oven and inviting participants to bring along food to cook that they have either grown, foraged or… Continue

Posted on November 12, 2010 at 3:52pm — 2 Comments

The chicken ark has landed!

(Chicken Ark design by Catawba ConvertiCoops DIY Chicken Coop Plans)



We finished making this "chicken ark" just in time for the arrival of our all-star Rhode Island Red chooks!…



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Posted on October 19, 2010 at 3:00pm — 4 Comments

Dirt Doctor founder Jim O'Gorman at Oooobyversity this Thursday!







Jim O’Gorman, founder of the sustainable gardening organisation Dirt Doctor and one of the 10 visionary kiwis featured in documentary film 'Earth Whisperers', will be the guest speaker at Oooobyversity this Thursday, Sept 2, 6:30-8pm at the Grey Lynn Community Centre, 510 Richmond rd.…



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Posted on September 1, 2010 at 10:29am

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At 8:53pm on September 1, 2011, Helen and Christian said…
Hey there doctors, Hope you well and not bossing those worms around too much. Plus making music in the mornings. We are busy mucking about in the mud. It's been a wet winter up here. Come over and try our home made ginger beer (Any time) or apple juice (March - May). We would love to see you. We always have accommodation available for a level headed man and/or a gentle kind of girl. Mucho aroha. Helen etc.
At 11:28pm on April 24, 2011, andrea ellis said…

Hi Jacob and Hana,

 

My name is Andrea Ellis and I'm a new ooooby member. I’m currently in my final year of a 4 year industrial design degree at Massey University.

For our final year each student decides on a problem or an area that they would like to improve on. We then spend the entire year researching and developing this.

For my final year project I want to make sustainable living more achievable for non-property owners. One of the ways in which I believe this could be achieved is a product that allows people to grow their own vegetables that maybe can be easily transported and does not impact on the property/land.

Therefore I am emailing in the hope that you or someone you know who has experience with growing a vegetable garden could spare some time to answer a few questions it would be greatly appreciated.

If you feel you could help please get in touch with me.


Thanks,
Andrea

At 2:53pm on January 2, 2011, jacee said…
hi. a while back you where looking for venues for workshops . if you are ever heading north come and see us, we are living the permaculture lifestyle on an established property. its pretty cool, we are just over an hour from auckland s north shore and there have been many workshops on our shared land used to be koanga gardens now kaiwaka organics. and h.n.y. too
At 12:00pm on August 9, 2010, Dave McArthur said…
Thanks for the invite, Jacob and Hana. I am sure Grant Corbisley would be interested to join in too. You are involved in a very wonderful work.
At 3:30pm on July 14, 2010, Pete Russell said…
Hey guys. Ready to chat when you are about Wellington. Do you have skype?
At 10:54am on July 14, 2010, Bridge Scully said…
The soil is where its at indeed, alive and kicking! Hey, What exactly is rye corn?? sounds exciting it does...do you just sow all of your compost crops together in the same garden beds or have seperate ones in different beds? : )
At 8:33am on July 14, 2010, Fi and Steve said…
Hi guys,so pleased you are coming to Waiheke,do you have somewhere to stay? We have a 15 acre lifestyle block with a warm self contained cottage for guests.Would love to trade for some dirt advice,sunshine and smiles,Fi Steve and the kids 093723393.
At 7:01pm on July 12, 2010, gabriella said…
HI. WOULD BE DELIGHTED TO HOST,, BUT UNFORTUNATELY WE WILL BE AWAY UNTIL EARLY OCTOBER, IF THIS WORKS LET ME KNOW. BEST GABRIELLA
At 6:43pm on July 11, 2010, Bridge Scully said…
Hi Dirt Doctors, how does your winter garden grow? : ) Lovn your beautiful pics. I is a fellow dirt lover tooo, also practiing biointensive gardening up here in Gizzy, its such an amazing way to look at growing the soil and living sustainably. Who woulda thought there was so much life in that there dirt : 0. Awesome to see you guys are travelling far and wide to spread the word. Big Ups! : )>.
At 12:01pm on June 11, 2010, Earl Mardle said…
Hi DD

I'm sorry I missed the sessions, The last throes of the renovations beat me.

But keep me in mind for future events please.
 
 
 

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