In this eight-week intensive online course VEG co-director Dan Palmer guides participants into the theory and practice of Living Design Process (LDP): a compelling holistic design approach to designing and [...]
New edible gardens have sprouted all over the world in a way not seen since the victory gardens of the First and Second Worlds Wars, and this new report on a survey of Australian edible gardeners explores the reasons why.
Well winter has definitely arrived here in Melbourne, but there is still plenty of action in the garden. What's happening in your garden this month? Read our tips for what to do and plant in your Melbourne garden in June on our blog. ... See MoreSee Less
What's new in your garden this month? If you're stuck for ideas, check out our latest blog post on what to do and plant in the garden during May in Melbourne. This freshly planted rainbow chard, kale and mibuna at HH Skinner Reserve Community Garden in Albert Park is a great autumn seedling selection for our climate. Photo by South Melbourne Sustainability Group. ... See MoreSee Less
VEG is looking for that someone special with a flair for carpentry and an interest in working with ethically sourced timbers! Intrigued? Then read on and get in touch.Very Edible Gardens is looking for a new team member to join our workshop, warehouse, and edible gardening team on a casual basis.The role sees you in the workshop cutting and preparing timber for garden beds, constructing bespoke chook houses and other garden infrastructure and also in the gardens of Melbourne constructing wicking garden beds, chook straw yards, compost bays and more.You will be working out of our warehouse and workshop in Brunswick, Vic, with the role initially being 2 to 4 days a week.For all the info, duties and criteria check out the blog post at the Very Edible Gardens' website www.veryediblegardens.com and email firstname.lastname@example.org with a cover letter and relevant CV. Link in the bio.Applications close Monday 2nd May 2022.#permaculture#woodworking#ediblegardening#ethicaltimber#landscaping... See MoreSee Less