Space:Habitat

Welcome to Space: Habitat

Welcome to Space: Habitat. I am currently developing workshop spaces and a mycology lab for future projects and to shift my business to the next phase, however I am ready and able to assist in any gardening queries and Permaculture-based system designs for your space. If you have any questions in regards to garden design, implementation and function don't hesitate to get into contact with me. I can be reached via mobile phone, Facebook or email - spacehabitatoz@gmail.com

I look forward to working with you.

Heath

Space:Habitat – oyster mushrooms

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About The Founder Of Space:Habitat Heath Reid

My name is Heath Reid and I'm a resilient garden designer. I specialize in regenerative, closed-loop, and Permaculture based systems.

Permaculture Design

Space:Habitat Design

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Space:Habitat Design

We can design a permaculture garden for you

Education, Lectures And Classes

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Space:Habitat Education, Lectures And Classes

Current Classes

Utilising Waste To Grow Mushrooms In Urban Environments with Heath Reid

Saturday, 3 March 2018 at 9:00–16:00

Northey Street City Farm

16 Victoria Street Windsor, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 4101
 
Mushrooms are incredible at digesting many types of domestic/ commercial waste products, as well as being able to restore environments - especially Oyster Mushrooms! There are even species that assist in vegetable gardening. By using countless types of waste to grow mushrooms, you can help save the Planet while eating delicious mushrooms!

Mushrooms are an integral part of a Permaculture system. They are keen recyclers, filters, biomass generators, and food providers. Because mushrooms can be grown and kept in many different ways, they are very beneficial for both urban and rural landscapes. Mushrooms are truly resilient, and should be taken seriously within our current planet and any we wish to travel to.

This course runs for six hours and covers details about the life-cycle of particular mushrooms, production of gourmet mushrooms using non sterile and pasteurising techniques, and methods for Mycorestoration using Oyster Mushrooms. We will be making mushroom spawn using several substrates including sugar cane mulch, brewer’s waste, coffee grounds, cardboard/paper and more!

Each student will go home with a confident knowledge of growing gourmet mushrooms using waste products, methods of Mycorestoration as well as: your own made spawn bag of King Stropharia, Oyster Mushroom, and (if the bulk inoculation is ready in time) Enokitake spawn.

Cost: $100/$85 health care card + booking fee

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