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PacificEdge | September 20, 2018

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THE STRUCTURE OF PERMACULTURE — understanding the network

June 21, 2018 |

Networks are a pattern in nature and they are the pattern that permaculture has assumed in Australia and elsewhere. Networks are how permaculture grew into what it is today and what it will grow into in the future. Strengthening networks strengthens permaculture.Read More

EnSpiral’s path to decentralised organisations: a workshop

June 6, 2018 |

How do we make better decisions in organisations? How do we restructure our organisations to create civil workplaces and better interpersonal relations? This was the focus of Patterns of Decentralised Organisations, a training session led by the people from New Zealand’s EnSpiral Network co-op…Read More

APC14 — impressions of a permaculture convergence

June 4, 2018 |

What did participants think of Australasian Permaculture Convergence 14 in Canberra? What are their next steps in permaculture?
That’s what I asked them in this series of video clips made at APC14…Read More

APC14 — informative and convivial

June 3, 2018 |

Describing the 14th Australasian Permaculture Convergence as convivial and informative doesn’t do it justice. Neither do photographs, but they are all I can offer…Read More

From IDEA to ART — Brenna Quinlan at APC14

June 3, 2018 |

HOW DO YOU translate ideas in someone’s head into drawings on a page?

That was the challenge for graphic documenter, Brenna Quinlan, at last April’s Australasian Permaculture Convergence in Canberra…Read More

Among the fruit trees, the conviviality of Permaculture Festival 2018

June 2, 2018 |

Dark, clouds, a strong, biting wind and Canberra cold couldn’t keep people away from the Permaculture Festival at Canberra City Farm.Read More

New lighting provides nocturnal wayfinding at Randwick Sustainabity Hub

June 2, 2018 |

When the new wayfinding lighting was recently switched on at Randwick Sustainability Hub/Community Centre, it marked the near-completion of the third and final phase of the redevelopment of the Hub…Read More

By the sea… an evening at Coogee

June 2, 2018 | | One Comment

I GUESS there’s something about the sea that draws us, something primordial, something alluring. Even those distant from the sea, like those of us fortunate enough to live within walking distance of it, are drawn to its undulations and ceaseless movement…Read More

Collaborative housing the theme of Anitra Nelson’s new book

May 10, 2018 | | One Comment

Anitra Nelson’s new book, Small is Necessary — shared Living on a Shared Planet, shows us that there are viable alternatives to housing-as-usual…Read More

Like a little plastic with your fish?

May 2, 2018 |

Plastic in the fish we eat might not exactly be fine food, however it is something we have to get used to unless we do something about microplastic pollution of our oceans… soon.Read More