Grow Your Own Teas

Wake Up To Home-Grown Cuppa There are many tea plants that thrive in our beautiful climate. Not only can we grow official ‘tea’ Camellia sinensis and coffee, we can grow many nutritious alternative tea herbs. We can even grow our...
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Getting Hindsight

Are you wondering what advantage comes from a little bit of permaculture planning before you spend the rest of your life pottering about in your garden growing food? How does design increase the success of a garden? Join us in...
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All I Want Is…

World Prosperity We all want to prosper. We all enjoy yummy, healthy food. We all need clean air to breathe and we all love to feel valued. Most of all, everyone deserves a healthy, peaceful existence. Good health can start...
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New Year Growing

Join us for 2 special upcoming events: We are co-teaching a Permaculture Design Course at Permaculture Sydney We have a guided tour and afternoon tea at Earth Keepers. Take A Fresh Course Doing a permaculture course changed our lifestyle completely. ...
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Gentle Earthworks for Abundance

Go Easy There’s more than one way to shape the land and direct water to your gardens. Most people can’t afford machinery to shape the land and build abundance. So, they usually abandon hope of reshaping their site and work...
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10 Seats Left and Counting!

Our upcoming Mini-conference on Saturday April 30th has only 10 seats left. Bookings are essential as our conference room is comfy but cannot expand magically. History of the Venue Locality It is apt that our mini-conference about society, development and...
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Mini-Conference Brimming With Great Minds

How Will Permaculture Delegates Contribute? There are three great ways to contribute to our upcoming conference. Prepare a 5min presentation. Keep your delivery short and sweet to enable time for others to contribute. Pecha Kucha is a great guide for...
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When Health is Connected to Wealth

Terry Leahy, Key-note speaker for our upcoming mini-conference takes on health and it’s connection to wealth. Terry writes: Diabetes is the sign of the hidden malnutrition of an affluent community. Basic causes are too much animal fats, too much sugar...
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Who Is The Guild of Permaculture Pioneers?

We are a slowly and steadily growing a collaboration of experienced Permaculture pioneers who are happy to occasionally stop doing their excellent permaculture stuff in order to tutor, mentor, lead or chat with other each other and people interested in...
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Permaculture Day Mini Conference Celebration

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To celebrate Permaculture Day, our mini-conference brings together some great minds, important discussion and the opportunity for powerful co-operation. “We need to expand the concept to social responsibility and to create our own financial and employment strategies” ~Bill Mollison, Permaculture:...
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All Fry Together

Dr Terry Leah (keynote speaker and facilitator of our upcoming mini-conference) wrote: Our aid budget is nowhere near close to the 0.7% of GDP that is the minimal target suggested by the UN. Instead it is at 0.21% and is...
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