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This story was first published in Open Forum in 2017.
Too much has been written about leadership. Too many books, Too many articles. So much has been written that we now risk submergence below the sheer weight […]
Russ Grayson wrote a new post, NBS survey holds a mirror to permaculture practice, on the site Permaculture Australia 2 months ago
The results of the first global survey of permaculture practitioners has been released by Permaculture Association UK.
Entitled The Next Big Step: Permaculture, practices, passions and priorities for […]
The main points
Permaculture needs an online, global network.
Improved global networking is needed.
There is a need for a means of continuing the conversations started at international permaculture […]
Russ Grayson wrote a new post, Introducing: The Lost Stories — Bill Mollison’s articles from PIJ, on the site Permaculture Australia 3 months, 2 weeks ago
It was at the permaculture day and Permaculture Australia annual meeting in Nimbin, Northern NSW last May that permaculture educator and Permaculture Australia board member, Robyn Francis, raised the idea of […]
Russ Grayson wrote a new post, Conference signals the time for a new economy movement is here, on the site Permaculture Australia 3 months, 4 weeks ago
IT IS TIME for a new economic system for Australia. That was the message coming from the New Economy Network Australia’s (NENA) national conference in Brisbane in September this year.
Entitled Building a New […]
Russ Grayson wrote a new post, Design notes: Lillipilly, a multiuse tree for shade and food, on the site Permaculture Australia 3 months, 4 weeks ago
THE LITTLE RED FRUIT on the ground were the giveaway. Reddish and around a centimetre in diameter, they suggested something was happening above. Looking up, there it was. The tree was coming into fr […]
This article was written some years ago for PIE — Permaculture Information Exchange — the journal of Permaculture Melbourne.
WHEN ‘Woz the PIE baker’ asked me to write something about experiential capital […]
UPDATE: Mining the Archive
In the process of producing The Lost Stories, the collected writing of Bill Mollison from the pages of Permaculture International Journal (see my previous post) I have edited a number of other posts that I thought of interest to the history of permaculture. These could be published in a series entitled ‘Mining the…[Read more]
UPDATE: The Lost Stories — Bill Mollison’s legacy from the pages of Permaculture International Journal
Following the PA AGM at Djanbung Gardens in May this year I took up Robyn Francis’ idea of reproducing Bill Mollison’s articles from the Permaculture International Journal to republish on the PA website.
The Journal, a pri…[Read more]
MEDIA FORMATS AND DEVICES
I thought this might interest anyone dealing in PA or other organisational communications.
It’s a 2017 compilation of Australian information about where people go for information and the devices they use. It is important for the design of PA communications, social media and the website.
I produced the table for my…[Read more]
I’ve uploaded a post to my website about the current conversation on Nick Rose’s (founder, Sustain — a food systems advocacy — and lecturer in food systems in Melbourne) facebook about a story on influential regenerative agriculture practitioner, Joel, Salatin, being a climate change denier and speaking at a conference of climate change den…[Read more]
Thanks to people involved in the UK for developing this document. Sustain: The Australia Food Network says… “After 18 months of extensive research, a coalition of 80 grassroots food and farming organisations officially launch A PEOPLE’S FOOD POLICY, a comprehensive proposal for a more just and sustainable food system in England.”
Find out more…[Read more]
Russ Grayson reports…
WHAT MAY BE the first global survey of permaculture practitioners has just been released by Permaculture UK.
Entitled The Next Big Step: Permaculture, practices, passions and priorities f […]
Russ Grayson added the event Urban Agriculture: many ways to sustain citydwellers to Share. 6 months, 3 weeks ago
In the suburbs of Perth, Western Australia is a Permaculture Food Forest grown by Jodie Vennitti. It all began when she discovered Permaculture, but she soon realised, growing was one thing, using the produce was another…
Reposting a post by Steve Batley, landscape architect, hortcultural and permaculture educator — from Sydney Organic Gardens…
Love what the community gardeners are doing with the rain garden at The Coal Loader!!
Strawberries in the gutters, Knobby Club Rush in the reed bed, veggies & herbs & flowers in the vertical gardens and edible aquatics i…[Read more]
Russ Grayson wrote a new post, Take a tour of Mark and Kate’s Purple Pear permaculture farm, on the site Permaculture Australia 7 months ago
PURPLE PEAR FARM in New South Wales, Australia, is a permaculture and biodynamic farm with rotating tractor domes over mandala garden beds, pigs, chooks and some great philosophy.
Mark, a Permaculture […]
The Lost Stories are Bill Mollison’s articles published in the print magazine originally named Permaculture, then International Permaculture Journal and finally the Permaculture International Journal that was […]
Russ Grayson wrote a new post, 1979: The harvesting of possum, wallaby and kangaroo, on the site Permaculture Australia 7 months, 2 weeks ago
— an initial contribution to domestication
The Lost Stories are Bill Mollison’s articles published in the print magazine originally named Permaculture, then International Permaculture Journal and finally the Pe […]
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