An old sage once noted fruit flies like an apple, while time flies like an arrow….indeed.
So now it’s that time of the year again for all of us to take stock, organise the garden, get one’s life in order and develop a schedule for the warmer season and the new year.
The first thing you need to get is the 2015 permacalendar.
This deceptively simple but thought-provoking permaculture calendar is for your home or workplace. Illustrating one of the twelve permaculture design principles each month gives you the time to absorb them. Each month’s example includes an image and story of locally appropriate sustainable living and design, demonstrating that month’s principle.
The new 2015 version includes a basic planting guide that will make it easy for you to get productive crops and healthier plants by planning your garden activities according to the moon phases.
Plan, prepare and propagate with the permacalendar 2015.
Bushfire has been a recurring theme in my work over nearly four decades and a central concern for anyone involved in permaculture design, teaching and practice in rural Australia, especially the south east of the continent, which has the dubious title of being the most bushfire prone region in the world.