PA’s AGM took place on Sunday 14th April 2019. The main business besides approving the annual report is accepting a new Board of Directors for the 2019/2020 year. The new Board is now Virginia Solomon, Wendy Marchment, and Cally Brennan who all stood again. New comers are Ian Lillington from Victoria and Kym Blechynden from Tasmania. […]
The excited winner of the Moisture meter was Sam from Aspendale in VIC. Thanks to GroundGrocer.com for the donation:
This excavation of Mining the Archives takes us to an article by Lisa Mollison and Kathy Jack about starting a Permaculture Academy to take the design system further into formal tertiary education.
Mining the archive Our permaculture past revealed through stories from Permaculture International Journal. In this article from edition 45, December-February 1993 of Permaculture International Journal, Robyn Francis discussed options for reducing our energy use.. Author: Robyn Francis. Mining the archive series editor: Russ Grayson. Design with energy in mind Permaculture designer, Robyn Francis, looks at […]
Bill Mollison on the Trust-in-Aid initiative and the training of international development workers from a 1985 Permaculture magazine
As flagged previously, PA would like to invite applications for the following opportunities: Administration and Memberships manager Webmaster Social Media and Marketing Administrator If you would like to apply for one or more of these positions, please complete the application form and send by email to the recruitment chair, Cally Brennan (email [email protected]) Please note, preference will […]
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.