I was just thinking about this the other day. When families or communities grow their own food and keep animals it is a closed system – that means that waste […]
By Christina Sarich – Nation of Change Published: Thursday 30 May 2013 Organic and sustainable small-scale farming could double food production in the parts of the world where hunger is […]
source – http://holmgren.com.au/seed-freedom-permaculture/ David Holmgren agrees access to seeds is vitally important; “It’s an issue about who controls and owns the energy that fuels humans”. This is part of an interview conducted […]
8 Great examples of re-using unwanted items. Be creative!
UPDATE – 19.9.2015 – This oven in now FOR SALE. $290.00 ono I did some baking today and tested the performance capacity of my little 1920’s Metters wood fire oven. […]
After much deliberation I have decided to have one of my oldest and tallest Red Stringy Bark trees felled. The tree is showing signs of die back which can mean […]
Starting an orchard of any kind takes vision and planning. Unlike annual vegetable crops that are planted and harvested in a season, Fruit and Nut trees need time to mature […]
An inspirational video on building resilient communities and the importance of ‘new’ Farmers and sustainable farming practice. visit Pickards Mountain Eco-Institute
A good weeks work is done. The greatest achievement was setting up a small diaphragm pump to move my drinking water from my collection tank up to the tank at the top […]
another note worth taking And Clones in Ireland goes back to old currency.