Permaculture is a globally recognised environmental design methodology. It involves the design and maintenance of agriculturally productive systems which have the diversity, stability, resilience and creativity of natural eco-systems.
Would you like to learn the principles of permaculture design and how to use permaculture tools to create solutions for working towards long term sustainable living?
Would you like to know more about how to work with nature to create healthy natural systems with the capacity to meet our food production needs?
The come along to our one day workshop and learn how to apply permaculture principles on a small to medium scale.
Rebecca Chettleburgh from Riverina TAFE, National Environment Centre will be our Trainer.
Cost: $35 Landcare Members $40 Non-members
BYO: Lunch, Hat, Sunscreen, Water Bottle
Time: 10.00 am to 3.30 pm
Where:1285 Mitta North Rd, Mitta Mitta
This course is being facilitated by the Mitta Valley Landcare Group and being subsidised by the North East Regional Landcare Facilitator Project.