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Article about Morag and Evan in Your Vegie Patch

This article about Morag and Evan’s way of life and work at Crystal Waters, written and photographed by Tess Holderness, appeared in Your Vegie Patch in November 2015.
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Article: Morag’s Eco-Home and Garden

An article Morag wrote for the PIP Magazine: Issue 2, 2014 about her mortgage-free, award-winning eco-home and garden.  
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Article: Perennial Abundance

Edible perennials are at the heart of a successful permaculture garden. These plants live for several years, are abundant, and bring diversity and resilience to the garden. They perform many functions in the system, and dramatically increase the harvestable yield. This article about perennial edible plants, written by Morag Gamble, appeared in Issue 4 of the Australian Permaculture Magazine, September 2015. https://www.pipmagazine.com.au Perennial Abundance
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Food Forests

These notes support the ABUNDANT SUBTROPICAL FOOD FOREST presentation that Morag Gamble gave at Brisbane City Council Libraries in 2015. Explore the key points about creating an abundant subtropical food forest.
Create an abundant edible garden that incorporates fruits, vegetables, herbs, climbers, roots, legumes, pioneers, pond plants, fibre, fodder, medicines
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Superfoods Presentation

These are notes prepared by Morag Gamble to support her ABUNDANT SUPERFOODS IN YOUR GARDEN presentation at the Brisbane City Council Libraries in 2015. This PDF file is not a comprehensive presentation, but a summary of key points with lots of descriptive images of superfoods.
Growing a diversity of 'real' superfoods in your own garden can be easy and rewarding, and bring good health and wellbeing.
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Ethos Annual Report 2010

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Ethos Annual Report 2008

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Ethos Annual Report 2007

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Ethos Annual Report 2006

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Learning Together as we Go – Conference Paper

Learning Together As We Go: Cross-boundary collaboration to grow local living economy in South East Queensland;
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Article about Morag and Evan in Your Vegie Patch

This article about Morag and Evan’s way of life and work at Crystal Waters, written and photographed by Tess Holderness, appeared in Your Vegie Patch in November 2015.
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Article: Morag’s Eco-Home and Garden

An article Morag wrote for the PIP Magazine: Issue 2, 2014 about her mortgage-free, award-winning eco-home and garden.  
Read more Like this post0

Article: Perennial Abundance

Edible perennials are at the heart of a successful permaculture garden. These plants live for several years, are abundant, and bring diversity and resilience to the garden. They perform many functions in the system, and dramatically increase the harvestable yield. This article about perennial edible plants, written by Morag Gamble, appeared in Issue 4 of the Australian Permaculture Magazine, September 2015. https://www.pipmagazine.com.au Perennial Abundance
permaculture garden
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Food Forests

These notes support the ABUNDANT SUBTROPICAL FOOD FOREST presentation that Morag Gamble gave at Brisbane City Council Libraries in 2015. Explore the key points about creating an abundant subtropical food forest.
Create an abundant edible garden that incorporates fruits, vegetables, herbs, climbers, roots, legumes, pioneers, pond plants, fibre, fodder, medicines
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Superfoods Presentation

These are notes prepared by Morag Gamble to support her ABUNDANT SUPERFOODS IN YOUR GARDEN presentation at the Brisbane City Council Libraries in 2015. This PDF file is not a comprehensive presentation, but a summary of key points with lots of descriptive images of superfoods.
Growing a diversity of 'real' superfoods in your own garden can be easy and rewarding, and bring good health and wellbeing.
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Ethos Annual Report 2010

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Ethos Annual Report 2008

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Ethos Annual Report 2007

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Ethos Annual Report 2006

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Learning Together as we Go – Conference Paper

Learning Together As We Go: Cross-boundary collaboration to grow local living economy in South East Queensland;
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Article about Morag and Evan in Your Vegie Patch

This article about Morag and Evan’s way of life and work at Crystal Waters, written and photographed by Tess Holderness, appeared in Your Vegie Patch in November 2015.
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Article: Morag’s Eco-Home and Garden

An article Morag wrote for the PIP Magazine: Issue 2, 2014 about her mortgage-free, award-winning eco-home and garden.  
Read more Like this post0

Article: Perennial Abundance

Edible perennials are at the heart of a successful permaculture garden. These plants live for several years, are abundant, and bring diversity and resilience to the garden. They perform many functions in the system, and dramatically increase the harvestable yield. This article about perennial edible plants, written by Morag Gamble, appeared in Issue 4 of the Australian Permaculture Magazine, September 2015. https://www.pipmagazine.com.au Perennial Abundance
permaculture garden
38
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Food Forests

These notes support the ABUNDANT SUBTROPICAL FOOD FOREST presentation that Morag Gamble gave at Brisbane City Council Libraries in 2015. Explore the key points about creating an abundant subtropical food forest.
Create an abundant edible garden that incorporates fruits, vegetables, herbs, climbers, roots, legumes, pioneers, pond plants, fibre, fodder, medicines
Read more Like this post0

Superfoods Presentation

These are notes prepared by Morag Gamble to support her ABUNDANT SUPERFOODS IN YOUR GARDEN presentation at the Brisbane City Council Libraries in 2015. This PDF file is not a comprehensive presentation, but a summary of key points with lots of descriptive images of superfoods.
Growing a diversity of 'real' superfoods in your own garden can be easy and rewarding, and bring good health and wellbeing.
Read more Like this post0

Ethos Annual Report 2010

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Ethos Annual Report 2008

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Ethos Annual Report 2007

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Ethos Annual Report 2006

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Learning Together as we Go – Conference Paper

Learning Together As We Go: Cross-boundary collaboration to grow local living economy in South East Queensland;
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Article about Morag and Evan in Your Vegie Patch

This article about Morag and Evan’s way of life and work at Crystal Waters, written and photographed by Tess Holderness, appeared in Your Vegie Patch in November 2015.
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Article: Morag’s Eco-Home and Garden

An article Morag wrote for the PIP Magazine: Issue 2, 2014 about her mortgage-free, award-winning eco-home and garden.  
Read more Like this post0

Article: Perennial Abundance

Edible perennials are at the heart of a successful permaculture garden. These plants live for several years, are abundant, and bring diversity and resilience to the garden. They perform many functions in the system, and dramatically increase the harvestable yield. This article about perennial edible plants, written by Morag Gamble, appeared in Issue 4 of the Australian Permaculture Magazine, September 2015. https://www.pipmagazine.com.au Perennial Abundance
permaculture garden
38
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Food Forests

These notes support the ABUNDANT SUBTROPICAL FOOD FOREST presentation that Morag Gamble gave at Brisbane City Council Libraries in 2015. Explore the key points about creating an abundant subtropical food forest.
Create an abundant edible garden that incorporates fruits, vegetables, herbs, climbers, roots, legumes, pioneers, pond plants, fibre, fodder, medicines
Read more Like this post0

Superfoods Presentation

These are notes prepared by Morag Gamble to support her ABUNDANT SUPERFOODS IN YOUR GARDEN presentation at the Brisbane City Council Libraries in 2015. This PDF file is not a comprehensive presentation, but a summary of key points with lots of descriptive images of superfoods.
Growing a diversity of 'real' superfoods in your own garden can be easy and rewarding, and bring good health and wellbeing.
Read more Like this post0

Ethos Annual Report 2010

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Ethos Annual Report 2008

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Ethos Annual Report 2007

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Ethos Annual Report 2006

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Learning Together as we Go – Conference Paper

Learning Together As We Go: Cross-boundary collaboration to grow local living economy in South East Queensland;
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