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Entries in no-till agriculture (4)

Thursday
Jun052014

Food Gardening

We collaborate with Brisbane permaculture business All You Can Eat Gardens to develop and maintain food gardens for clients in the area, according to principles of permaculture. Director Tim Auld is an alumnus of our favourite local permaculture hotspot, Northey Street City Farm, and a regular guest teacher there. Tim and our other friends from City Farm are also supporters of our own community food-growing project at Murri school.

Reduce your reliance on industrial agriculture and multinational corporations. Growing food is activism!

Saturday
Aug242013

Coffee Production in the Bamboo Garden

Coffee is a great candidate for home growing if you live in (or can reproduce the conditions of) the montane or cool tropical, and subtropical forest habitats of the plant (Coffea arabica), and have space for growing small shrubs.

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Friday
Apr262013

Biochar in The Bamboo Garden

Black is the new green, if the buzz about biochar is to be believed. There are some good reasons to be optimistic about the potential for using black carbon as a soil amendment to improve local agricultural fertility and to combat global climate change. But of course, as with all technologies and tactics, there are serious strategic issues to consider, before we are able to declare “bio”char as “green”.

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Wednesday
Jun062012

The One Straw Revolution

Both a philosophical treatise and a call to action, this permaculture classic is frequently cited by Bill Mollison, and transparently influential in the development of many of his ideas about polycultures and the ecological dimensions of human health. The One Straw Revolution is a one-of-a-kind thesis on the nature of our relationship with nature, and on the conundrum of power or control in that relationship.

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