May natural dye course The Natural Dye course was held in May. We were lucky to have Stephie and Susan, both very talented fibre artists, who were dyeing some hand grown cotton (Steph) and wool for knitting projects (Susan). They are both founding members of the Slow Cloth Club at 7 Sibley Street. These are …
It was late afternoon when a loud crack and thundering crash came from the food forest. See what happened when this 30m giant fell.
Formidable Vegetable return to their roots for a very special permaculture action party at Djanbung Gardens in Nimbin – the place where it all began! Djanbung custodian, designer & permaculture pioneer Robyn Francis is a permie-legend, having taught over 150 permaculture design courses, spreading the movement all over the world from the UK & NZ …
Something unusual caught my eye at the bottom of the meadow near the forest. It was a koala
First ever bi-lingual PDC in English and Mandarin at Djanbung Gardens Permaculture College, January 2019
The LandsEnd forge space at Djanbung Gardens is happening. It’s been an important part of our vision to offer such a space for people to revive and share skills in the important ancient art of blacksmithing, tool and knife making. Blacksmiths underpin all other crafts and trades as they are the ones who forge their …
Polly, the adorable permaculture pig, passes over the rainbow bridge, Friday 29th June, after a long life well lived and loved at Djanbung Gardens.
Imagine a stand-alone solar power system that costs nothing created completely from salvaged hardware. It’s amazing how much waste there is in the solar industry.
The new date has been set for the annual Permaculture Open Day at Djanbung gardens. It is to be a a Fibre and Fix-it Fair. Confirmed as Saturday August 18.
Milestone permaculture course with Robyn Francis celebrating teaching her 150th PDC (Permaculture Design Course) in July, 2018. Help us celebrate this amazing achievement.