Column 3 in Home Grown, Weekend Magazine, Sunshine Coast Daily, by Zaia Kendall Making soil We have always had to work with a tight budget. Because of this we always try to make things...
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When we tell people we practise permaculture, we usually get some questions. The interesting thing is the type of questions we are asked. Usually the person asking us has a plant or tree that has some sort of disease and we are asked what they can do about it. It is interesting how we are all so indoctrinated into thinking that someone who works with nature, plants and animals should just know how to treat something that is diseased without doing any further research or knowing the circumstances…
The grade 9 class from the Noosa Pengari Steiner Waldorf school had a 2 week permaculture school camp at Maungaraeeda. They had a electronic free 2 weeks on the land, a wonderful group of students and teachers!
The Permaculture Research Institute Sunshine Coast Inc. is looking for two dedicated, hard working Permaculture trainees, possibly for a longer term. We are offering a hands on Permaculture training experience at the Permaculture Demonstration and Education site Maungaraeeda, taught by PRI accredited teacher Tom Kendall.
Moving the food forest tractor with the PDC students on day 5 of the Permaculture Design Certificate course.
Day 4 of the PDC course here at Maungaraeeda, today a look at the morning jobs we do with the students and compost turning.
Day 2 of the Permaculture Design Certificate course at Maungaraeeda, more food and a property tour, all part of the PDC!