Transition Bondi, operating around Bondi Beach in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, has been running its community education program for some years now and continues its tradition of providing a meal of mainly local, organic food at its event, convivially prepared by a team of volunteers. This event attracted a full house and, after an introduction by Transition Bondi’s Lance Lieber, a bowl of mushroom soup and the main course, the evening started with the film, A New Economy…
When a bank invites someone to speak at an event it organises, surely that means that permaculture is part of mainstream society. That’s just what happened at the Sustainability and Social Impact Forum organised by Bendigo Bank in June 2017.
Take a tour of Purple Pear Farm with this short video. PURPLE PEAR FARM in New South Wales, Australia, is a permaculture and biodynamic farm with rotating tractor domes over mandala garden beds, pigs, chooks and some great philosophy.
Not even the rain and mud could deter the 150-200 people who made their way along Showground Road to Djanbung Gardens for the Permaculture Open Day on Saturday 13 May.
It was a large brown paper envelope with a stamp saying ‘Rebublique Francaise’. Rebublique Francaise? France? What could this be I thought as I pried open the seal. Out tumbled a book and a note. I hadn’t remembered the email exchanges some months back, exchanges about permaculture. Nor had I remembered that Richard Wallner had said […]