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Free Permaculture Design Talk
June 18, 2016 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
For everyone who’d like an insight into how to design your own tiny, medium or large landscape to be resilient, abundant and beautiful – permaculture style.
Join Hannah Moloney for two hours of power to start, or continue learning how to use the permaculture framework to design your own property to be the best it can be – for you, your household and the planet.
What will this talk cover?
Hannah will talk you through and show practical, real life examples of the design process she uses with her clients and teaches her students. This includes:
Designing for people (not just the landscape),
Reading the landscape and gathering relevant information to inform the design,
Understanding the importance of external elements impacting your property,
Working with permaculture zones,
How to bring it all together, and
Getting started in implementing your design.
Plus more – there’s always more.
Who is this talk for?
This talk is perfect for people who already have a basic understanding of permaculture, own their urban or rural property and want an insight into how they can design their own place to be resilient, abundant and truly sustainable.
If you’ve never heard of permaculture, but would like to know more – you should still come. However we suggest you head to your local library to borrow a copy of Introduction to Permaculture by Bill Mollision or The Earth User’s Guide to Permaculture by Rosemary Morrow.
What this talk isn’t
This talk is not a personal consultation for you and your property. You’re welcome to bring information and photos of your property for your own reference, but please don’t expect a one-on-one consultation, there wont be time!
Hannah is a professional permaculture designer who works with urban and rural land holders to design landscapes that are true to them and the natural environment. Hannah completed her Permaculture Design Course in 2008, her Permaculture Diploma in 2011 and since 2009, has been designing and building permaculture gardens and working on community projects that create positive change. She’s been teaching permaculture since 2009 across Australia with the likes of the Southern Cross Permaculture Institute, Milkwood Permaculture and at home in Tasmania with Good Life Permaculture.
In recent years Hannah has had the pleasure of working alongside some of the most celebrated permaculturalists in the world including David Holmgren (co-founder of permaculture) and Dave Jacke (US author of Edible Forest Gardens). In 2015 she was awarded the Tasmanian ‘Young Landcare Leader Award’ for her work with Good Life Permaculture and co-establishing Hobart City Farm. You can read more about Hannah here.
We’re holding this talk at Sustainable Living Tasmania at 71 Murray St (level 1), Hobart.
This talk is free for members of Sustainable Living Tasmania
This talk is *FREE* to all members of Sustainable Living Tasmania. If you’re not a member, you can become one for just $5 – what a bargain! You can join up through their website now or on the day of the talk.