Sat, 08 May | Baskerville Hall

City of Swan Thinking Green Series - Introduction to Permaculture - Free Workshop (1)

Are you new to gardening or have you been gardening for decades? Do you grow your own veggies? Have you heard about permaculture?
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City of Swan Thinking Green Series - Introduction to Permaculture - Free Workshop (1)

Time & Location

08 May, 9:00 am – 12:30 pm AWST
Baskerville Hall, 129 Memorial Ave, Baskerville WA 6056, Australia

About the Event

Are you new to gardening or have you been gardening for

decades? Do you grow your own veggies? Have you heard about

permaculture?

Permaculture design was created in Australia (Tasmania, actually) over 40 years ago

and is a design process drawing from nature to provide a practical, energy efficient

and close to self-sufficient landscape. It is closed loop, holistic and much more than

growing food.

This introductory workshop, presented by permaculturalist and educator Fiona

Blackham brings us back to the basics of permaculture design (not gardening!). You

will leave with a head full of ideas and skills on how to look through ‘permaculture

design goggles’.

This workshop is suitable for adults and young people aged 14 and over.

Attendees will get an ‘Essence of permaculture’ booklet to take home

REGISTRATIONS OPEN ONE MONTH BEFORE WORKSHOP DATE.

Visit Thinking Green (swan.wa.gov.au) to book online

Ticketing link will be added to this page when registration opens.

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