Just attended this awe inspiring course delivered by extraordinary facilitators. Some of the most refined successional food forest work developed in very similar climatic regions and ecology in Brazil. It's an incredible opportunity to connect with these Brazilians while they are here in Byron. If u want to get skilled up in subtropical food polyculture, inspired by group action and learn more about the landless movement in Brazil that is reclaiming degraded industrial farmlands and turning them into food forests with food, home and income for many, then this where it's at.
Would you like to attend our four-day Syntropic Farming Courses? Courses run on April 7th, 13th, 20th and 27th. Spaces are limited so reserve your place now to avoid missing out.
Loving being a part of this great team of Permaculture tutors. Courses all starting in Feb - Including the Flexible learning, Modular Permaculture Design Course that I coordinate. Check out the details and please share with friends who you feel might benefit from connecting to this awesome school of hands-on learning
Bruce Pasco's Book 'Dark Emu' is an insightful, important and very readable work - highly recomend it to anyone wishing to deepen knowledge and appreciation of this beautiful continent and the incredibly beautiful, resourceful culture of its original inhabitants.
Anyone within travelling distance of the Byron Shire, I strongly recommend coming along. You will also get the opportunity to explore one of my most enjoyable gardening projects that I have been co-creating with the Paradise One Community
Here is the next offering from the Growing Roots Team - please share to anyone who you feel may be interested in a 2 week immersion in the great projects and permaculture folks of the Byron Shire
For any folks keen to accelerate their skill development in Permaculture Design, Gardening, food sovereignty, bioregionalism and more....... Please share if you have friends who may be interested in this
Any folks in the Byron Shire Interested in studying Permaculture?
Come and get earthy with some good ole fashion basket weaving.. Such a versatile skill to have both in the physical and non physical world. We will be a little hub of weavers, artists, musicians, poets, goddesses and ethno - botanists weaving together a colourful tapestry of local knowledge, experience and connection. all levels welcome..xx
This will be our second PDC Intensive offered through Byron Community College and facilitated by the Growing Roots Permaculture team. Last Novembers Intensive was an amazing journey being taught from 6 different sites in the Byron Shire - offering a broad experience of Permaculture Systems from Bush Tukka Food Forests through to organic market gardens. Great team of teachers and great vegetarian food too Please share with anyone who you feel may be interested in this immersion in Permaculture Education and Inspiration
Take some time out from everyday life and immerse yourself in a hands on Permaculture learning experience. This intensive course runs over 11 days from the 12th... to 23rd March and will take place at various beautiful locations in the Byron Shire. Places are limited, to enrol call 02 6684 3374 or visit http://tinyurl.com/jyvq58r
For any folks In the Northern NSW Region looking for a great 'Hands On" Introduction to Permaculture this Summer, Solum Farms have invited the Growing Roots Team to offer this 4 day Intro over 2 weekends. This can be accredited towards a future Permaculture Design Course with Growing Roots. Please share with any folks in the region who you feel may into this opportunity.
This affordable one day course offers a blueprint for highly productive, efficient, diverse food, fuel and fibre cropping for humid subtropical and tropical regions of the planet - combined with a low down of great local crops including bush tukka species that thrive in the Byron Shire
Learn how to design, establish and care for your own diverse, tree based food p...roduction system in a low maintenance fashion that works with natures fundamental processes of land and soil repair and rehabilitation. Discover a huge array of fruit and nut trees from around the world that thrive in our warm, subtropical climate including indigenous bush foods.
This is a module of our Permaculture Design Course that we are opening up to a limited number of day participants - Food Forestry is one of the ultimate, highly productive forms of regenerative ecological agriculture. This unit can be accredited as modules towards future courses with the Growing Roots team.
Looking forward to a new monthly ritual of WEAVING CIRCLES - Straddie Sessions. Time to slow down, gather together and weave our worlds.
Come and join me in the first Weaving Workshop Northey Street City Farm for the 2015. Bring your intentions, hopes and dreams for this YEAR of the WOOD SHEEP / GOAT and learn to weave them into your very own vessel to hold throughout the year. Hope to see you there.