South East Permaculture Convergence, Bega : South Coast Permaculture Convergence

2014 South East Permaculture Convergence


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** Permaculturalists **

Do you live within the South East Bioregion of Australia? That's anywhere from Moruya to Wollongong to Braidwood to Canberra to Bairnsdale to Orbost to Bega and anywhere in between?

Have you completed a Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC)?

Have you done an Intro to Permaculture course?

Do you have a genuine interest in Permaculture?

Then you are more than welcome to come along and SHARE in the experience of the 2014 South East Permaculture Convergence with lots of other like-minded folk.



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** Workshops **

As the theme for the 2014 Convergence is "SHARING", we are looking for Permies to share their skills with other Permies.

Do you have some unique skills that you would like to SHARE with others by running a workshop at the Convergence?

Perhaps you could show people how to;

- Make a compost tea

- Build a chook tractor

- Spin wool

- Start a worm farm

- Build a pizza oven

- Knit, crochet or sew

- Make water kefir

- Save seed

Just let us know if you can help run a workshop or presentation when you fill in your online registration for this event or you can email us directly.

** Guest Speaker **

Professor Hill will be speaking on Saturday evening and facilitating workshops on Sunday throughout the day.

About ...

Professor Stuart B. Hill BSc (Hons), PhD was appointed Foundation Chair for Social Ecology at the University of Western Sydney in 1996.

At UWS he taught units on Qualitative Research Methodology, Social Ecology Research, Transformative Learning, Leadership & Change, and Sustainability, Leadership & Change: A Social Ecology Perspective.

Professor Hill has published over 350 papers and reports. His latest books are Ecological Pioneers: A Social History of Australian Ecological Thought and Action (with Dr Martin Mulligan; Cambridge UP, 2001) and Learning for Sustainable Living: Psychology of Ecological Transformation (with Dr Werner Sattmann-Frese; Lulu, 2008).


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** Sharing **

Our focus for the Convergence is on SHARING.

Please feel free to bring along any of the following items;



If you operate a sustainable business, we would also like to invite you to bring along a small display to showcase on a trestle table within the hall (BYO table). Please email us to book your spot.