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Marina Grayden is the founder of
Ed-u-veg, a Perth northern-suburbs business teaching gardening and sustainability skills in schools. She first dabbled in permaculture in the early 80s and has many years of experience in organic and school farm gardening in Perth and Broome.

Food growing is an obsession for Marina. She has read many permaculture books and experimented with different growing techniques.

Marina runs classes and teaches school students many aspects of gardening, sustainability and environment, and helps schools with their edible garden planning. In 2016 she won an award for sustainability in schools from the City of Stirling.

When she isn't working, Marina is busy looking after a menagerie of animals and building community in her suburb.

Find Marina's website by clicking on her logo below:
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