Permaculture Australia offered an excellent prize of a David Holmgren signed RetroSuburbia book for any new and renewing members before 30th May 2018. The draw took place in early June by random number generation using a spreadsheet function. It was attended by 3 current Board members who validated the process. The lucky winner was Atlanta […]
In shifting the principles of permaculture design into the personal psychology space, Land and Ladle blogger, Erin Meyer, offers a new application of the principles first articulated in David Holmgren’s book, ‘Permaculture — principles and pathways beyond sustainability’.
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Timor Leste has made the teaching of permaculture a compulsory subject in the primary school curriculum. Under the curriculum endorsed by the Timorese government in 2015, all primary schools are required to teach permaculture to students in Grades 3 to 6. The inclusion of Permaculture is the brainchild of Ego Lemos, founder and director of […]
The Permaculture Educators Guild was formed as a professional guild by a group of permaculture educators in Victoria in 2014 to advance permaculture education in south-eastern Australia and beyond. Though based in Victoria its focus is the south-eastern Australian bioregion, not limited by State boundaries.
A 2017 Permafund micro-grant of AU$2,000 has supported THREAD Siddharth village to establish a demonstration food chain system for the benefit of 54 tribal women’s organisations in Orisha, India.
Music, food, games and more brought thousands of people to Canberra City Farm for Permaculture Festival 2018, the event leading into Australasian permaculture Convergence 14. An event to remember.
Canberra in autumn — overcast, cold and blowy — but the skies brightened, the wind dissipated and the cold vanished as APC14 — the 14th Australasian permaculture Convergence — got underway.
In this page of short video clips from Australasian Permaculture Convergence 14, participants say what they thought of the event and where they are headed next in permaculture.
Here’s an introduction to the series, The Lost Stories, the writing of Bill Mollison as it appeared in the pages of Permaculture International Journal.