Category: Social Gatherings

PRI Australia International Permaculture Day Events You Can Attend

One of several Zaytuna Farm dams Photo © Craig Mackintosh People who will be in northern NSW, Australia, on International Permaculture Day (May 6), might want to avail themselves of one, or both, of the following two opportunities — and make a truly International Permaculture Day of it!

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Mediterranean Permaculture Practitioners Come Together for the First Time! (Marmariç, Turkey, July 2012)

The PDC graduates of the Mediterranean and the Middle-east will converge for the first gathering specifically for this region. This event will make possible the initiation of networking and sharing of knowledge & experiences for the region. The Mediterranean is one zone where we need this collaboration desperately; in response to severe soil loss due to population pressures, land/water mismanagement and climatic issues. Sharing, documenting and database building for successes […]

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Get Ready for the 11th Australasian Permaculture Convergence (APC11)!

Last calls!! We still have some spots left, but be quick if you don’t want to miss Oceania’s premier permaculture experience! Permaculture Aotearoa welcomes you to: Resilience by Design — 11th Australasian Permaculture Convergence (APC11) When: Wed 11th to Sun 15th April 2012 Where: Turangi, Central North Island, New Zealand Website: apc11.co.nz Confirmed Speakers:

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12th Annual Pan-Hellenic Festival for the Exchange of Local Seed Varieties

If you’re in Europe this April, consider a trip to the Peliti Seedbank in Mesochori, Greece. On April 21st – 23rd Peliti will be hosting the 12th Pan-Hellenic Festival for the Exchange of Local Seed Varieties. This annual festival, organized by Peliti (www.peliti.gr) since 1999, includes farmers, activists, researchers, students and thousands of visitors from all over the world who will come to share knowledge and experience, and exchange seed. […]

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APC11 – A Conference to Radically Rethink New Zealand’s Way of Life

Permaculturists have created forests in the desert, provided free emergency water and hygiene facilities in international emergencies and are revolutionising farming in small pockets of land all over the world. Now a major international event aims to spread permaculture thinking and practise throughout New Zealand. More than 500 permaculturists from New Zealand, Australia and beyond, together with green activists, organic gardeners, eco-architects, and self-sufficiency enthusiasts are invited to Turangi near […]

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Get Ready Now for the 11th European Permaculture Convergence in Germany

What: 11th European Permaculture Convergence (EUPC) When: August 1st – 5th, 2012 Where: Escherode/Kassel, Germany Dear activist-friends in Europe The website for registration is online and we invite you to check the key note speakers, lectures and workshops already listed. This program will grow step by step as soon as people register and send us their proposals for participation. We are sending our call to come and join the European […]

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National Permaculture Day – May 6, 2012

Sponsorship opportunity in permaculture: businesses, local groups, entrepreneurs, consultants & trainers. Dear Permaculture Practitioners and Local Groups National Permaculture Day (NPD) showcases the practices of permaculture to the public. Businesses and local groups show permaculture in action — through markets, demonstrations, ‘open houses and gardens’, and local events in city and country. The day has run nationally for three years, supported first by individuals and local groups, and last year […]

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International Permaculture Convergence 10, Jordan: Notes from a Grateful Participant

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Andy Goldring, the Coordinator/CEO of the Permaculture Association (Britain) attended the International Permaculture Convergence 10 (IPC10) in Jordan. He was there alongside hundreds of others, including Permaculture’s founding father Bill Mollison. Andy reviews an event which is acknowledged as making global breakthroughs in such areas as greening deserts and helping to connect people globally. He also talks about how you can attend future IPCs and support permaculture the world over. […]

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The Newcastle Fair Share Festival is On Again!

When: 9 — 11 March 2012, starting on the evening of March 9 Where: Hamilton Public School, corner of Tudor Steet and Steel Street, Newcastle, NSW, Australia Theme: "Transitioning to connected communities, localised fair economies and sustainable lifestyles." Please put this event in your diaries, and ‘like’ us at www.facebook.com/#!/FairShareFestival In this second and expanded festival we will explore issues related to social justice, sustainability, innovative social enterprises and strong […]

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Update on the Byron Bay Shire Permaculture Challenge

by Phoebe Lines, BOS (Being Of Service) Team for the Permaculture Challenge The Byron Permaculture Challenge gang creates a No-Dig garden for the young people at the Byron Youth House Our apparently disaffected Byron Shire youth, it would seem, are in fact a hotbed of movers and shakers, changing the world one Permablitz at a time! This November the Mullumbimby Community Garden launched The Permaculture Challenge, a program designed to […]

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Hana Farms: Regenerative MicroEnterprise (and a Lesson from Crustaceans)

Hana Farms, Hawaii, 2007 1 roadside stand in a Costco tent (above) Rebekah (Ucellini) Kuby, Permaculture Designer and Community Activist, remembers when this community enterprise began:

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Presentations for Download – from the Tenth International Permaculture Conference (IPC10) in Jordan

All photographs © Craig Mackintosh This is a short post to provide a central repository for people to download presentations I was given after the Tenth International Permaculture Conference (IPC10) in Jordan, which ran over September 2011. Note: If there are presenters who haven’t passed their files to me, but would still like to see them on this page, I would ask you to send them to me on editor […]

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