Permaculture Women magazine

Permaculture Women magazine

I am honoured to be featured as an Eco-heroine in Permaculture Women magazine. The author, Gosia, and I had a really interesting conversation that you might enjoy reading. I encourage you to check out this other articles in the online magazine. They are written by group of amazing women.  

Composting with worms: a beginner’s guide to vermicomposting

Composting with worms: a beginner’s guide to vermicomposting

Worm composting, or vermicomposting, is one of the easiest and most rewarding ways to compost kitchen scraps. The end product of the composting process is sometimes referred to as Black Gold because it is one of the most nutrient rich sources of fertilizer available. The best thing about worm composting is that it is easy, [...]

Permaculture in the ‘burbs

Permaculture in the ‘burbs

I am not the type of person who lives in the suburbs. I love big cities: the vibrancy, the art, the festivals, the diversity, even the chaos of city centres. I love walking and cycling wherever I need to go and I especially love frequenting public spaces like parks, libraries, community centres, and public pools. [...]

Permaculture Women’s PDC

Permaculture Women’s PDC

I am so excited and proud to be the urban permaculture teacher in a new online permaculture design course made up of an all-women teaching team. The course is organized by Heather Jo Flores author of the inspiring book Food Not Lawns and the teachers are, quite simply, amazing. We have been working hard together as an [...]