Attached is a report from workshops held at the 2015 International Permaculture Convergence 12 in England.
Food security and commuity development are being enabled by a community currency in this Kenyan project that received funds from Permaculture Australia’s Permafund scheme.
Permaculture Australia’s Permafund ambassador, Ro Morrow, speaks of the benefits of the organisation’s small funded projects. John Champagne, Permaculture Australia’s Permafund convenor, also appears in the video…
It was a meeting of Permaculture Australia’s Permafund team, a crew who are practicing the third ethic of the permaculture design system — the distribution of surplus resources…
SOMETIMES, you learn something about people who you know in the most unlikely of places.
Permafund has been funding small projects for years now, but how does Permaculture Australia’s present Permafund team see it developing?
So here it is… an open invitation to spend the weekend of 21-22 November in a superb permaculture homestead… your opportunity to meet fellow permies and the Permafund Committee to brainstorm how best we can help others.
Permafund is now supporting targeted projects such as the Tropical Permaculture Guidebook from Timor Leste. This project is being supported partly through Bernd Langer’s Timor coffee importing business.
How do you deliver an 11 day Permaculture Design Course in the shade of a tree? Permaculture Australia’s John McKenzie reports on his time in Haiti and the work of Permafund that is supporting village development on the Caribbean island.
We had a fabulous three days at Katoomba, a lot of work got done, relationships renewed and local walks explored. It was a very productive time and definitely worth making the journey.