So here it is… an open invitation to spend the weekend of 21-22 November in a superb permaculture homestead… your opportunity to meet fellow permies and the Permafund Committee to brainstorm how best we can help others.
Permafund is now supporting targeted projects such as the Tropical Permaculture Guidebook from Timor Leste. This project is being supported partly through Bernd Langer's Timor coffee importing business.
How do you deliver an 11 day Permaculture Design Course in the shade of a tree? Permaculture Australia's John McKenzie reports on his time in Haiti and the work of Permafund that is supporting village development on the Caribbean island.
It arrives every year as if to remind us that with a little planning we can make better things happen. Now, it's arrived again and the Permaculture Calendar 2016 is here to reflect our permaculture back to us and to prod us into asking… what does next year's adventure in good permaculture design hold?
Permculture Australia's Ian Lillington made the long journey from rural Victoria to London to attend this year's international Permaculture Convergence. He sent this report at the end of the first day.
APC12 in Penguin, Tasmania this year attracted some 200 permies, of which more than 50 were presenters. We had participants of all ages and from every state and territory. There were Elders of the movement as well as first time participants...
The single will be out on June 12th (including a couple of bonus tracks) and will be followed closely by the album, which will be launched on July 11th at Bar 303 in Northcote, Melbourne. Go give it a spin right now and put the 11th of July in your diaries!
EDUCATOR, dancer, garden agriculturist… is it possible to teach an internet-based permaculture design course, grow your own vegetables and fruit (while keeping your chooks and ducks away from them) and to be a Flamenco dancer?