Amongst all the beautiful images of the 2021 Permaculture Principles calendar, is a stunning aerial shot of a mudbrick house and lush green tree amongst the devastation of bushfires on the south coast of NSW.
An email conversation between David Holmgren and Stephen, a reader and practitioner of RetroSuburbia.
David Holmgren is proud to be speaking at PermaQueer’s 3-day online event this Thursday 15th October at 10.30am as part of global TedX Countdown.
Registrations are now open for the 2021 Rocklyn Ashram PDC with tutors David Holmgren, Beck Lowe and special guests.
For the first time ever, David Holmgren and Su Dennett are opening the doors of Melliodora to an online audience.
The continuing pandemic restrictions are an opportunity for Melburnians to create their own roadmap to something new, rather than reverting back to normal, when restrictions are eventually eased.
Changing our habits for self-reliance and resilience requires us to skill up, get in touch with our sources of sustenance and help the next generation find what they need to survive and thrive in challenging futures.
Thank you to all the poets who took the time to compose and send in poems to the 2020 Venie Holmgren Environmental Poetry Prize – we received 262 entries. The content of the poems was beautifully varied: some were engaging, some funny, some sad, delicate, considerate, angry, political, provocative… A huge thank you to Jeanine […]
Wearing his publishing hat, David Holmgren, permaculture co-originator explains why he and partner Su Dennett decided to publish 470, Linda Woodrow’s novel, at this exact point in history.
You have a small block of land and you’d like to learn how you can live more sustainably. You live on a farm with chickens and an orchard and you’re interested in seeing how you can integrate permaculture design principles. You rent an inner-city apartment and you’re keen to see how you can live […]