Join us for this awesome biodiversity workshop with the City of South Perth - hosted online via zoom!
Bring ‘the wild’ into your environment and be transported into to their world! Our wildlife is precious. Join us to learn:
Need help with a backyard problem? Send us a photo and have it solved at the FREE online workshop, by us!
Have you got a challenging spot in your garden that you need help with? Send in a photo (when you register) and the expert team from The Forever Project will offer suggestions and strategies during this online workshop to keep you moving forward.
Proudly supported by the City of Cockburm.
Great Gardens is WA’s leading program of community sustainability education.
The podcast to serve as a platform for discovering the intricate relationships between human health, soil health, and ecological health.
Ben is passionate about microbes and how we can live in symbiosis with them. They can enrich our lives and our conscious experience, and I see this podcast as my contribution to the evolution of human consciousness.
- to reconnect people to nature.
- to educate people on how we are inextricably connected to our environment.
Join us for a garden design masterclass!
Designing a Bay OK Garden with Lisa Passmore - a way to look after our environment AND be creative in the garden.
How to get started, tips on garden plan, plant selection and layout. Starting with:
• Design Principles
- Form, structure and function (elements of garden design) Surprise, Space, Balance, Levels, Lines of Sight, Shapes and Patterns
• Practical aspects of property
- Assess climate, soil, location/surroundings, exposure, views, aspect/orientation, sun and shade
Heavenly Hectares is specially designed for rural land holders.
All the Dirt looks at how our awareness of the environment will make a difference to our planet.
The free weekly podcast has regular guests and, while each episode is different, the focus is on plants, sustainability and food. Episodes so far have looked at Building Healthy Soil, Growing Microgreens, and Hardy Shade Plants.
We want to focus on reducing, reusing and recycling. Join us to learn some neat tips & tricks!
Keeping small animals in our urban setting is a means of reducing organic waste to landfill, providing pest and weed control, fertiliser for the garden whilst bringing you and your family closer to nature. In a well-designed urban garden, you can reduce, reuse and recycle with the help of your animal friends.
To date over 5000 people have toured through WA’s only living eco-retrofit home!