Bill Mollison (born 1928 in Tasmania, Australia) is a researcher, author, scientist, teacher, naturalist and has been called the 'father of permaculture', an integrated system of design co-developed with David Holmgren that encompasses not only agriculture, horticulture, architecture and ecology but also economic systems, land access strategies and legal systems for businesses and communities. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bill Mollison"
David Holmgren (born 1955) is an ecologist, writer and co-originator of the permaculture concept. ...more on Wikipedia about "David Holmgren"
Don Burke (born July 16, 1947) is an Australian television personality and author. He is best known as the long time host of Burke's Backyard, a lifestyle program which ran for 17 years from 1987 to its axing in late 2004 on the Nine Network. ...more on Wikipedia about "Don Burke"
Edna Walling (1895–1973) was one of Australia's most influential landscape designers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Edna Walling"
Esther Dean : a leading Australian gardener and author. She pioneered the "no dig garden", and wrote No-Dig Gardening and Leaves of Life. she was also a poet and loved Bright Vic. ...more on Wikipedia about "Esther Dean"
Jamie Durie is the photogenic host of the Australian version of the TV lifestyle shows Backyard Blitz and The Block. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jamie Durie"
Peter Cundall (born in 1927 in Manchester, England) is a horticulturalist and television personality in Australia. He currently lives in Tasmania's Tamar Valley, and is a presenter of the ABC TV program Gardening Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Peter Cundall"
Charles Weston (Thomas Charles Weston) was Canberra's first Superintendent, Parks and Gardens. Weston supervised parks, gardens and afforestation from 1913 to 1926. Nearly 1.2 million trees were put in between 1921 and 1924. ** ...more on Wikipedia about "Thomas Charles Weston"
William Robert Guilfoyle ( December 8, 1840 - June 25, 1912) was a landscape gardener and botanist in Victoria, Australia, acknowledged as the architect of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne and was responsible for the design of many parks and gardens in Melbourne and regional Victoria. ...more on Wikipedia about "William Guilfoyle"
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