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Wild Stories, the exhibition

WILD STORIES Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre 1/12/12 – 31/1/13 “Imagine a world where we are all connected with nature – all species cohabitating in harmony, giving space to each other and allowing for the survival and thriving of each and … Continue reading

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SouthSydneyHeraldOCT11pg12

SouthSydneyHeraldOCT11pg12, a photo by the weed one on Flickr. Great article about what you do, how and why. By Christine Morrow on the South Sydney Herald Read the rest of the paper here> http://www.southsydneyherald.com.au/pdf/SSHOCT11.pdf

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a couple of links about weeds

The Last Stand of the Wild Flowers, as it appeared on the Independent a few years back. A poetic ode to weeds: To judge by the scores of visitors to the farm this year, weed-seeking is becoming a new country … Continue reading

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Toecutter’s garden

a visual essay of a friend’s garden, overgrown, and now curated by Mickie and Amity. In it thrives a mixture of botany, from declared weeds to old garden’s orphans, all happy and fertile, the local birds population is very fond … Continue reading

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On weeds etc..

And yet another great radio documentary by ABC Radio National, this time written and presented by NoĆ«lle Janaczewska. Touching on many aspects of the complexities that weeds inhabit, from wildlife xenophobia to cultural heritage Vs environmental integrity, this documentary makes … Continue reading

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passing on some good writing

Patrick Jones is an artist, permaculturalist and dad from Melbourne. At the moment busy with the setting up of a food forest as part of the incoming show at the MCA, In the Balance, check out the progress here and … Continue reading

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This is funny

so, you have been bragging about spontaneous flora from a while, and it somewhat feels strange this, but you are now involved in a garden project, www.tending.net, where in collaboration with Lucas Ihlein and anybody else who would like to … Continue reading

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