Category Archives: Permaculture

LED Technician Pete Jenkins Lights up Rongolia

Off the Top of my Head By Paul Murray Rongo Backpackers & Gallery in Karamea at the top of the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand has just reduced its lighting power consumption by over 85% by … Continue reading

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PermaBlitz by Elsie Burkevics: Ten Days from Jungle to Garden

Photo blog of permaculture garden design at the LivingInPeace Project in Karamea New Zealand by Elise Burkevics. Continue reading

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N.Z. National Permaculture Hui 2015: Let’s Get GROWING!

   NZ National Permaculture Hui 2015 3rd-6th April 2015 (Easter Weekend)   Moving On Basic Regeneration with Permaculture   This year we’re bringing the Hui back to it’s roots with a 4 day immerse experience. The Hui’s focus is Moving … Continue reading

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Postcards from Rongolia: Summer 2014/15…Thanks Y’all!!

LivingInPeace Project: http://www.LivingInPeace.com Rongo Backpackers & Gallery: http://www.RongoBackpackers.com Karamea Farm Baches: http://www.KarameaFarmBaches.co.nz Heaphy Track: http://www.HeaphyTrack.com Karamea Radio: www.facebook.com/KarameaRadio107.5FM

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Monbiot Gets Wild About Rewilding

Book Review: “Feral: Rewilding the Land, Sea and Human Life” by George Monbiot Off the Top of My Head By Paul Murray Oxford-educated Zoologist and writer George Monbiot takes on the subject of rewilding in his latest book “Feral” and … Continue reading

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BaBa Becomes MaMa: Twins for Rongolian SuperSheep

Off the Top of my Head By Paul Murray “Immaculate conception likely explanation for permaculture farm double miracle” LivingInPeace Project pet sheep BaBa’s strange behaviour was explained on the morning of October 18, 2014 when she went into labour and produced twins to … Continue reading

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LivingInPeace Project Resident Artist Retrospective

Off the Top of My Head By Paul Murray   When friend Erik Sanner became a “struggling artist” stereotype and almost starved on the hard streets of Tokyo, I thought something should be done. I’d written a couple of articles about Sanner … Continue reading

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