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Advanced Permaculture Design Day • Sunday April 1 • 10am – 5pm 

April 1 @ 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

$65 - $75

Presenters: Annaliese Hordern & Delvin Solkinson 

Guest Presenters : Robin Clayfield and Max Lindegger 
Sunday April 1 
10 am – 5 pm 
Maleny, Sunshine Coast QLD Australia

Tour permaculture design sites on a variety of scales: 
  • 1 acre home & systems – Annaliese Hordern’s property, Maleny
  • Ethical enterprise & gardens – Green Harvest edible gardens, Witta
  • Crystal Waters Eco Community – Eco neighbourhood, Conondale 

Join with like minded people to explore permaculture design principles, methods and strategies in a uniquely creative activation day including:
  • presentations from owner / designers
  • functional, edible, rare and useful plant landscapes
  • in-depth focus on edible perennial plants
  • integrated pest management 
  • compost, worm farm & mulch 
  • water systems in action
  • designing for smaller scale & reducing maintenance
  • view rammed earth purpose built warehouse
  • community & social design    
  • explore benefits and challenges to community living
  • social enterprises

After the event, you will receive an electronic book of memories captured and stored for your future reflection from our permaculture pilgrimage together

You may wish to consider the option to stay the night at crystal waters visitors centre eco park.

$75 / $65 early bird before March 4th
contact delvin@cosm.org for more details

Part of the proceeds from this day go towards Peruvian Amazon Conservation.
Annaliese Hordern is a passionate Permaculture and community development educator, with a strong focus on Ethnobotanical research. She strives to evolve the Permaculture Design Course curriculum so that it inspires participants toward personal and global change. She has undertaken over 20 advanced Permaculture trainings around the globe with Permaculture elders and has visited countless Eco-communities demonstrating inspiring examples of sustainability. Annaliese holds a degree in Environmental Resource Management, a Diploma of Permaculture and has served as a director of Permaculture Australia for 3 years. Her extensive plant knowledge extends from Peruvian Amazon Rainforest species to plant fibre weaving and Propagator of Green Harvest Organic Gardening, Australia’s premier supplier of edible, rare and useful plants. Utilising progressive and creative facilitation methods Annaliese is a regular presenter throughout Australia and globally at Permaculture Design Courses as well as community events, transformational festivals and celebrations of sustainability and connectivity. Annaliese lives in the subtropical climate of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, on a one-acre Permaculture property where she continues her ethnobotanical research, collaborating with world wide leaders of sustainability and advocating on behalf of indigenous peoples and their sacred connections with plants and Mother Earth. www.symbioticnature.com.au

Delvin Solkinson grew up in the Elphinstone Rainforest of British Columbia before bringing nature education into the local elementary school system and setting up a series of community gardens. He has designed the Heart Gardens, a social permaculture demonstration site specializing in plants with a history of use by the Coastal First Peoples, located in a tiny village next to the Pacific. His permaculture education spans three Diplomas and a Masters Degree with Bill Mollison, the originator of permaculture. His programs have been developed over 15 years and been informed by taking over 20 advanced courses. Creating curriculum, making media and crafting free, open source learning and teaching tools has been focus of his current Doctoral Degree in permaculture education. He volunteers at CoSM on the Board of Directors, as Curational Advisor, Senior Managing Editor of CoSM Journal of Visionary Culture. He also volunteers his time to run the visionary permaculture program as a fundraiser for the Chapel of Sacred Mirrors. 

Details

Date:
April 1
Time:
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Cost:
$65 - $75
Event Category:

Organiser

Annaliese Horden
Phone:
0401890703
Email:
inspireveryone@yahoo.co.uk

Venue

Maleny
Maleny, Queensland 4552 Australia + Google Map

Presenters: Annaliese Hordern & Delvin Solkinson 

Guest Presenters : Robin Clayfield and Max Lindegger 
Sunday April 1 
10 am – 5 pm 
Maleny, Sunshine Coast QLD Australia

Tour permaculture design sites on a variety of scales: 
  • 1 acre home & systems – Annaliese Hordern’s property, Maleny
  • Ethical enterprise & gardens – Green Harvest edible gardens, Witta
  • Crystal Waters Eco Community – Eco neighbourhood, Conondale 

Join with like minded people to explore permaculture design principles, methods and strategies in a uniquely creative activation day including:
  • presentations from owner / designers
  • functional, edible, rare and useful plant landscapes
  • in-depth focus on edible perennial plants
  • integrated pest management 
  • compost, worm farm & mulch 
  • water systems in action
  • designing for smaller scale & reducing maintenance
  • view rammed earth purpose built warehouse
  • community & social design    
  • explore benefits and challenges to community living
  • social enterprises

After the event, you will receive an electronic book of memories captured and stored for your future reflection from our permaculture pilgrimage together

You may wish to consider the option to stay the night at crystal waters visitors centre eco park.

$75 / $65 early bird before March 4th
contact delvin@cosm.org for more details

Part of the proceeds from this day go towards Peruvian Amazon Conservation.
Annaliese Hordern is a passionate Permaculture and community development educator, with a strong focus on Ethnobotanical research. She strives to evolve the Permaculture Design Course curriculum so that it inspires participants toward personal and global change. She has undertaken over 20 advanced Permaculture trainings around the globe with Permaculture elders and has visited countless Eco-communities demonstrating inspiring examples of sustainability. Annaliese holds a degree in Environmental Resource Management, a Diploma of Permaculture and has served as a director of Permaculture Australia for 3 years. Her extensive plant knowledge extends from Peruvian Amazon Rainforest species to plant fibre weaving and Propagator of Green Harvest Organic Gardening, Australia’s premier supplier of edible, rare and useful plants. Utilising progressive and creative facilitation methods Annaliese is a regular presenter throughout Australia and globally at Permaculture Design Courses as well as community events, transformational festivals and celebrations of sustainability and connectivity. Annaliese lives in the subtropical climate of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, on a one-acre Permaculture property where she continues her ethnobotanical research, collaborating with world wide leaders of sustainability and advocating on behalf of indigenous peoples and their sacred connections with plants and Mother Earth. www.symbioticnature.com.au

Delvin Solkinson grew up in the Elphinstone Rainforest of British Columbia before bringing nature education into the local elementary school system and setting up a series of community gardens. He has designed the Heart Gardens, a social permaculture demonstration site specializing in plants with a history of use by the Coastal First Peoples, located in a tiny village next to the Pacific. His permaculture education spans three Diplomas and a Masters Degree with Bill Mollison, the originator of permaculture. His programs have been developed over 15 years and been informed by taking over 20 advanced courses. Creating curriculum, making media and crafting free, open source learning and teaching tools has been focus of his current Doctoral Degree in permaculture education. He volunteers at CoSM on the Board of Directors, as Curational Advisor, Senior Managing Editor of CoSM Journal of Visionary Culture. He also volunteers his time to run the visionary permaculture program as a fundraiser for the Chapel of Sacred Mirrors. 

Details

Date:
April 1
Time:
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Cost:
$65 - $75
Event Category:

Organiser

Annaliese Horden
Phone:
0401890703
Email:
inspireveryone@yahoo.co.uk

Venue

Maleny
Maleny, Queensland 4552 Australia + Google Map