20 Good Reasons to Eat Organic or Home Grown Produce

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Buy or Grow Organic – for healthier people and a healthier planet! This information was sourced from the  52 AUSTRALIAN Certified Organic MAGAZINE September 2007 The Biological Farmers of Australia (BFA) has a vision for the organic industry in Australia – to grow organic food sales to 10 per cent of the food market in Australia by 2020. Assist the organic


4 Bay Composting System with Work Bench

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This design has multiple functions and easy production and organisation of compost. Since compost is the foundation to successful organic gardening, it pays  to make plenty of it, so you wont need to purchase or physically bring it on site. Our smart looking compost system has 4 bays that are the optimum 1x1m working size and uses the back wall


Perennial plants for the tropics…

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Want to know what the best plants are for tropical gardening and eating? I prefer to integrate the following perennial plants into landscapes because they generally need only planting once and provide food and function for the landscape all year long. They are deep rooted, minimises digging each season and so, once planted they are a long term producer! These plants fit


PDCing 2018

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The experience of journeying into the upcoming Permaculture Design Course (PDC) with Organic Motion in September. Life can be so overwhelming sometimes. I am learning to let go of expectations, accept the things I cannot change and be grateful for the abundance I have. I am living in the now without laying judgement on myself or others but reflecting on


Composting is proof there’s life after death

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Life, death, decay, regenerate… A great lesson in both spirituality and earth-based science is that there is no such thing as waste. As permaculture musician Charlie Mgee sings, “it’s just stuff in the wrong place”! In this earthly organic realm, fertility arises from decay. Life, death, decay and regeneration are all part of the transformative cycle of life. Compost is


What has ‘rocket’ got to do with Pizza?

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Short answer…it is super efficient in fuel (wood) and time to cook scrumptious feasts! We started out making the traditional cob ovens and still love them. It is the 3 hours of prepping the fire to generate the heat inside before to cooking, that often deters people (and us) from using the oven without a lot of prior planning. 10