Permaculture Noosa Club Night at the Memorial Hall, Cooroy.

Doors open at 6:00 pm.

Markets: Plants, Seeds, Produce and more! You are welcome to share surplus home grown produce and plants by giving, exchanging, or selling

At 6:30 pm our presentation begins.

Raffle Donation: Our community raffle is a community effort. Please bring anything you wish to donate to the raffle, whether it be excess produce, homemade goodies or little crafty bits and bobs!

Bring A Plate: Please “bring a plate” along for our shared supper after our main speaker.

Entry is a $5 donation for non-members. There is no charge for members.

Do consider bringing friends or neighbours to our meetings. It’s how we grow the group and may be inspiring to them as well. As always, you will leave the meeting better informed!

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See you there……

Anyone who has genuine financial difficulties and cannot afford the entry donation will be excused. We will not turn anyone away.

Guest Speaker Robin Clayfield at Club night, Tuesday July 5th

(doors open at 6.00)

Grab yourself a seat at our monthly meeting with yet another remarkable speaker. Discover the significance of Social Permaculture. Robin Clayfield, developer and pioneer of Dynamic Groups, Dynamic Learning and Earthcare Education, elder of the permaculture movement, is known as a creative facilitator of learning and can enlighten you.
Her interactive method is designed for teachers, leaders and communities and will inform you too, as it has for thousands of people in dozens of countries over Robin’s four decades of teaching.
Her book; You Can Have Your Permaculture and Eat it Too, her educational games and kits for children teach the principles of social inclusion.
You may well find the sanctity of your garden expanding toward regenerating social networks informed by nature, that the personal extends to your community, to regenerative finance, health, education, justice, even creativity and healing. Such is Robin’s transformative work, driven with deep integrity and her interactive methodology.
Living examples of social permaculture can be seen in the work of the Ethos Foundation, a small charity set up by permaculture gardener and educator, Morag Gamble. Her foundation, supports women and young girls, refugees and indigenous youth around the world so that they can access permaculture principles at the grass roots, change their own lives, and pass on the knowledge and practices. The lives of refugees in camps from north west Kenya, East Africa and Uganda have been changed through the work of the Ethos Foundation.
Bring your friends. Participate in the transformation.

(Article kindly supplied by Ingrid Scott)