Latest VEG News

VEG’s trading and customer updates

Latest update: Aug 6th 2020 (Stage 4 restrictions for Melbourne) Yes, we are still trading! Under the VicGov workplace guidelines […]

VEG’s Trading Terms and news

Update @August 2020  (Stage 4 restrictions for Melbourne) Yes, we are still trading! Under the VicGov workplace guidelines we can continue operating […]

Permaculture and Holistic Management: An interview with Allan Savory

You may or not know about VEG’s use of Holistic Decision Making as our internal operating system. It helps us […]

Very Edible Gardens in a time of coronavirus

Over the last few weeks, like so many others, we have been struggling to make sense of the fast-moving coronavirus […]

Speedy’s Soil-Enhancing Magic Dust (aka Solomon’s Complete Organic Fertiliser)

Yesterday VEG’s great mate Speedy popped over to Dan’s latest edible garden project and mixed up a batch of SCOF […]

Recent weather synopsis for Melbourne and beyond: mid 2019 to Feb 2020

While it may feel like our weather of late has been confusing and inconsistent there’s actually some very clear climate […]

An Understanding Weather course? Tell us more!

VEG’s Jeremy is running the Understanding Weather course again this year (2020) so we sat him down for a chat […]

Permaculture and Edible Rooftops above Apartments: VEG on ABC Radio

Recently Jonathan Green from Radio ABC’s Blueprint for Living show interview VEG’s Dan about VEG’s work on the East Brunswick […]

A Tour of Past VEG Garden Installations

On July 27th, Jeremy, Brendon, Adam and Dan made a day of visiting a bunch of past VEG garden design […]

Viva the VEG-Assisted Rocket Barrel Oven Revolution!

We are excited about rocket barrel ovens. Dan recently made a very short video explaining why. We have a workshop […]

Introducing Brendon Farlow

It has been VEG’s great luck to net a winner with our newest team member, Brendon Farlow (we’re still in […]

Amazing Soil Growth in Heathmont Backyard

Prepare to be amazed. After a decade of chook and duck poo but most especially many cycles of grasses and […]
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