Please register your membership, and visit our facebook group.** PermaBlitz: Aquaponics Workshop tomorrow!
We are planning a Blitz at 12 NOON on 18th November at Katy and Matt's place at 133 King St, Shortland. we've changed the timing of it because of supposed bad weather, Lachie will post at 7 am in the morning tomorrow on the facebook page and if it still on, make sure you come along for a great day learning to build your own aquaponics system like the one pictured here!.
Please mark your calendars - 6pm on 13/12/17 for the Christmas party/AGM where we will have some music, share a plate at 133 King St, Shortland, and check out the working aquaponic system that we designed. Consider Nominating to be influencial part of our exciting community group , it's fun and SSOOOO rewarding!
For any queries please notify Ross on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0411 174 453.
Permaculture hunter is a community group of people who are passionate about Permaculture. Our members are from all over the hunter valley and include a diverse range of people - from Permaculture farmers on large rural properties, right through to city-dwellers with balcony gardens. We are a not-for-profit organisation, run by a volunteer committee and we hold bi-monthly 'Permaculture Evenings' with fascinating guest speakers who talk about a broad range of permaculture topics.
'Permaculture' is a combination of the words 'permanent' and
'agriculture' (or 'culture'). Permaculture is about using a
systems-based, holistic approach to design productive and abundant
agricultural ecosystems that protect and enhance the environment.
It's clever design. It's about growing food by working with nature,
not against it. It's also about fostering a sense of community,
developing social and economic strength and resilience. Designing
Our community is all inclusive, regardless of skill or experience. All are welcome!
Our committee is completely volunteer run and consists of people with a range of permaculture experience. We are a diverse bunch, and our committee consists of an eclectic mix of artists, librarians, engineers, retirees and plant nerds. We have a broad range of skills and passions to bring to the table, and we are united by our love of nature. We have lots of fun planning permaculture events and new members and volunteers are always greatly appreciated!