Eroded gully revegetation, Spring Creek Gully

David Holmgren explaining a low cost technique for revegetating eroded gullies without heavy machinery or chemicals. The technique turns thick, fire-prone blackberry cover into useful fire-resistant trees on what was a landscape completed denuded in the gold era. Working bee action in the background. Thanks to Dan Palmer of Very Edible Gardens (VEG) for this video.

Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Other Interviews

Secrets of the Soil interview

Permaculture has been around for a long time and it is an ancient technique that can be used to solve many of the world’s problems. The earth-friendly design promotes sustainable living by creating self-sufficient communities, where people work together with nature rather than against her…

Read More »

Eroded gully revegetation, Spring Creek Gully

Available to watch in full on Youtube, David Holmgren explains a low cost technique for revegetating eroded gullies without heavy machinery or chemicals. The technique turns thick, fire-prone blackberry cover into useful fire-resistant trees on what was a landscape completed denuded in the gold era.

Read More »
Scroll to Top