Bill Mollison on the Trust-in-Aid initiative and the training of international development workers from a 1985 Permaculture magazine
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Our Annual General Meeting of Permaculture International Limited is coming up soon for our members on Sunday 14th May 2017 at 11.30 am EST at Djanbung Gardens, Nimbin, NSW. There is also an opportunity for members to join us via teleconference…
The happy winner of the Zippy Weeder was Julie from Marrickville in NSW. Thanks to Ladybeetle Enterprises for the donation: The grateful winner of the 1 litre of EM was Alastair from Claremont in Tasmania. Thanks once again to GroundGrocer.com for the prize donation:
Bill Mollison describes an exemplary Nepalese village providing many of its own household needs and trading in the local economy.
From its earliest days, an alternative, humane economics has been an important part of the permaculture design system. In this short article from 1987, Bill Mollison discusses what would nee t be done to set up an alternative stock exchange.
The 1980s saw permaculture practitioners busy establishing the first ecovillage, Crystal Waters Permaculture Village in the Sunshine Coast hinterland of south-east Queensland. Others followed. In this short article, Bill Mollison explores the idea of a global alliance of villages.
George is a new member of Permaculture Australia with Ordinary Membership. He lives in Gunderman, NSW and when asked how has permaculture influenced your life, says “It has changed the way I looking at everything”. After doing an Into to Permaculture course in 2015, George felt he needed more detail so in 2017 completed his PDC, also […]
Emas Hitam is a small NGO operating on the Indonesian island of Bali in the village of Petula. They received a Permafund grant of $1,000 in February 2017 to construct two dry composting toilets on their community garden site called Ancut Garden. In Balinese, ’Ancut’ means the ‘border’ which represents the permaculture principle of ‘Use […]
The team from Permaculture Australia’s Permaculture International Public Fund (well known as Permafund), is extremely grateful for the generous donations from individuals, key supporters and fundraisers that have enabled the 2018 round of micro-grants. With donations of AU$13,000 to distribute, Permafund received applications from projects in India, Kenya, Nepal and Australia. From 16 applications the […]