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.”
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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.
Donations to Permafund over $2 are tax deductible and support permaculture projects across the globe
PA’s Permafund has provided small grants to community groups across the globe since 2012. We are thrilled to announce we will be funding an additional thirteen new projects in India, Kenya, Tanzania, Zimbabwe and Indonesia in 2020/2021. More details on the successful grants can be found here.
This means thanks to your generous donations, we have funded 59 grassroots permaculture projects in 17 countries – thank you for your support. We had a record number of grant applications in 2020 meaning a large number of projects that we would like to fund are awaiting further donations, to find out more including how to donate please click here. Donations over $2 are tax deductible in Australia.
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