Animals form an integral part of a successful permaculture system, from the ever-popular chicken to the lesser utilised cow. Here we look at three animals that can benefit your permaculture system.
We chat with Good Life Permaculture director, Hannah Moloney, about the key lessons she’s learned throughout her permaculture journey and her best piece of advice for those new to self-reliant living.
Brewing a pot of tea with your own organically grown herbs is one of life’s simple pleasures. We bring you four herbal teas to grow at home.
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In our latest Pip Podcast we connect with Emma-Kate Rose and Robert Pekin from Brisbane’s Food Connect.
Daryl Taylor shares his ambitious journey of building an earthship after fires destroyed his original property in Victoria’s Kinglake.
Welcome to Pip Podcast #31. Today we journey to the central Victorian countryside to visit Mara Ripani.
Ready to take your sourdough bread to the next level? This recipe will create a beautiful artisan-style bread, and is a step up from basic “no-knead” recipes. It creates a bread with a nice open crumb and crisp crust.
Our first podcast of 2020 will get you growing at home with Fabian Capomolla aka the Hungry Gardener!
Learn how to make your own liquid fertiliser, sometimes called a compost tea. With just two ingredients you can create a great garden booster!
Welcome to our Simple Skills for Self-Sufficiency Video Series!