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THE PERMACULTURE PAPERS 3: childhood

September 28, 2010 | | 2 Comments

AN IDEA GROWS – THE 1980S

PERMACULTURE entered its childhood in the 1980s, slowly at first but with a gaining momentum as the decade progressed.

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THE PERMACULTURE PAPERS — 4: The nineties boomtime

September 27, 2010 | | One Comment

Permaculture peaks — the 1990s…

…Live Smart. Think for Yourself. Transform the Future

IT WAS THE 1990s and permaculture was on a roll. The hard work of the 1980s was paying off. There was greater public awareness of permaculture, more courses came on offer and were attracting a greater number of participants. The path ahead seemed clear and the movement was permeated with optimism.

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THE PERMACULTURE PAPERS — 5: prelude to a new century

September 25, 2010 |

Prelude…

Before we look at the opening years of the new century it might be instructive to step back to the closing years of the old.

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Food fairness lobby calls for policy measures to safeguard the future of NSW food

September 22, 2010 |

A COALITION of scientists and sustainable food lobbyists is calling on the NSW Government to set up an independent food policy council for NSW with the aim of introducing a whole of government strategy for sustainable food production and access.

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A city farm, twenty years in the making

September 8, 2010 |

YOU CAN BLAME CERES in Melbourne. The environmental park has inspired teams in the different cities to replicate it and Sydney is now on its fourth attempt.

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Design salon 2: skilling up the local group

September 6, 2010 | | One Comment

IT’S A REAL-WORLD INTRODUCTION to permaculture for those participating in the design of the small garden and the tour trails at Barrett House in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs…Read More

ORID – strategic questioning that gets you to a decision

August 28, 2010 | | 11 Comments

WE ALL KNOW this scenario: you have been called to a meeting and now you sit there, increasingly bored as the discussion wanders all over the place, becoming sidetracked and dominated by the loud and verbose. When it comes time to make a decision you find that nobody is ready because the wayward discussion has confused, misled and obfuscated the issue and that there is too little information.

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A local currency that was

May 25, 2010 | | 2 Comments

Photos show the currency issued by the combined northern NSW LETSystems in the 1990s.

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Declaration on food: Sydney Food Fairness Alliance

April 14, 2010 |

A Declaration from the events of Hungry For Change, the NSW Food Summit 2009

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