Hannah Moloney at Ballarat Begonia Festival

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Hannah Moloney is best known for her work in permaculture and as a presenter on ABC’s Gardening Australia, quickly followed by her commitment to climate activism – oh and her pink hair which matches her hot pink house nestled amongst her urban farm in Nipaluna/Hobart.

After working on urban ag and small farms across Australia for a decade she settled in Tasmania and founded Good Life Permaculture 2023 which offers workshops, landscape design and community projects all towards building good lives and landscapes for all. She’s responsible for founding a stack of community projects over the years including co-founding Source Community Wholefoods (Hobart’s only food cooperative) and the innovative Hobart City Farm(since closed). She founded Home Harvest – the annual edible garden tour around Nipaluna/Hobart and has been involved extensively in working with local Councils teaching home composting to residents to reduce organics heading to landfill. For a while there, she was simply known as the ‘compost queen’.

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