Working towards a diverse, resilient and thriving world grounded in care for the earth, each other and the future of all.
Now as the PA Patron, I see my role as more actively contributing my conceptual and historical perspectives within the movement to support Permaculture Australia’s various priorities and projects towards the vision of an Australia enlivened by permaculture ethics and design principles. As patron I will continue to highlight the lineage from and respect for Indigenous and traditional ways of being inherent in permaculture that can help all Australians come to terms with history and rekindle a shared connection to country.”
Permaculture Australia is growing and maturing as a dynamic, member-based organisation. Through this collective voice, we can provide vital support and inspiration for each other and use this platform to reach out to the wider Australian community and those searching for solutions and the hope that arises from meaningful action.”
See what amazing permaculture projects our members are working on around Australia with regular blog and social media posts .
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The ‘Costa’ mask
If you’re wondering what has making reusable face masks got to do with permaculture…. the answer is lots! These masks will help keep people safe (People Care), reduce single use masks (Earth Care) and profits are being donated to assist with permaculture projects and being made by volunteers donating their surplus time (Fair Share). Available for purchase via mail order today including the ‘Costa’ mask pictured here.
Where can I study permaculture?
There is no better time to study a permaculture course and learn new skills. From online to face to face courses, accredited training and permaculture design courses we’ve collated a list here to help get you started.
Dan Palmer, permaculture pioneer and creator of Making Permaculture Stronger, died in the first week of August. To his friends, readers and listeners, his passing was a sudden and tragic loss. He had emerged as an important voice in the permaculture community, gentle but persistent, bringing people from related approaches in to yarn about evolving design processes. Fearless questioner, passionate connector, a strong and fragile a spirit as the living systems he loved, Dan is sadly missed. Donations to his family can be made at https://gofund.me/23c6bdde
Support permaculture projects across the globe
PA’s Permafund has funded 59 grassroots permaculture projects in 17 countries across the globe.
More details on previous successful grants can be found here.
Find out more about PA’s Permafund or make a donation. Donations over $2 are tax deductible in Australia.