With Tom away teaching a PDC in Vanuatu, lots of jobs are being industriously done by our wwoofers and volunteers. We have made a rocket stove for the chill space to be warm in winter, the food forest had a small “chop and drop” done, and twice a week we make cream. We get around 2 litres of cream a week, one litre we make butter with, the other litre we enjoy with various yummy dishes! I have taken some pictures to show some of the jobs done here on site, and also how lovely everything is starting to look this time of year, with the winter flush starting!
Dani and Brad separate cream twice a week, getting 1 litre of cream each time, giving us butter and cream for yummy things…
Julie harvesting lettuce in our Permaculture garden
Our mandarine tree laden with mandarines, will ripen in the next few months, ready to fight off winter colds
Winter flush is coming into our kitchen garden!
Freshly mulched bed with licorice and one of our tropical apple trees.
Our volunteers and wwoofers weeded the swale to open up the fence surrounding the chook pen. The chook pen will become row vegie patches in the next few weeks.
The garden chook pen from the other side, soon to become vegie garden.
Mild chop and drop done in the food forest
More food forest, it is looking wonderful in there!
Large grapefruits in the food forest, they will ripen in the next few months
The student and volunteer chill space now has a rocket stove heater, which will be cobbed in the near future
Zaia is a musician, homesteader, permaculturist, holistic health and wellness coach and sustainability advocate. She and husband Tom run permaculture designed farm "Kendall Permaculture Farm" on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia and the not for profit organisation PermEco Inc. and teach permaculture and self reliance. Zaia loves cooking and always comes up with new and different recipes to prepare the food she grows. She is a percussionist and is involved in various musical projects, including community music projects. She writes about life on the farm and tries to post regular photos and articles.
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