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Immediately after the Annual General Meeting we're excited to have Justin Russell join us as our special Guest Speaker - approximately 1.30pm start.Find out more »
Creatures of Place is an insight into the wonderful world of Artist as Family: Meg Ulman, Patrick Jones, and their youngest son, Woody. Living on an urban 1/4-acre section in Victoria, Meg and Patrick have designed their property using permaculture principals.Find out more »
This month Sam Rogers will focus on Planning for a Year-Round Harvest in our home gardens.Find out more »
Debbie is a backyard gardener who loves to watch contented hens as they help her create an abundant edible garden. During this online talk she’ll share tips on how to:
Keep your hens happy and healthy.
Plan practical housing and garden systems.
Select and grow plants especially for chickens.
Integrate chickens into your own backyard patch.
Would you like to know how to graft your own apple trees? If so, this practical hands-on workshop will cover everything you need to get started. This workshop is FREE for financial members of Permaculture Toowoomba Inc. and every member will take home your own bare-rooted, grafted apple tree to grow in a large pot or in your garden.Find out more »
This month we'll discuss the first episode of Happen Film's series of Permaculture Tours - Abdallah House. This series dives deep into some amazing properties designed using permaculture principles, with the aim of giving you inspiration and ideas on how to apply these solutions in your own life.Find out more »
This month Jenni Perberton, a herbalist at Wren Herbal, will talk to us about the basic health benefits of fermenting to preserve produce.Find out more »
This month we'll be welcomed into Kushla Gale's productive, low maintenance, new suburban, edible garden. This is a great opportunity to see what can be achieved in a small backyard. Kushla's garden is less than 2 years old and all edible. She has wicking beds, compost, and many less common food plants, plus permanent perennial layers similar to a food forest in no dig garden beds.Find out more »