Sustainable World Radio Interviews Margie Bushman & Wes Roe on IPC10

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Margie Bushman & Wes Roe on Amazon boat tour, IPC8 Brazil Here’s a great opportunity to get a bit of background and foreground on the International Permaculture Conference & Convergence (IPC10), which is now imminent! Listen to the podcast below to hear Margie and Wes talk to Sustainable World Radio and give their experiences with… Read more »

Live Streaming of the International Permaculture Conference (IPC10)!

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For those who cannot make it to the IPC10 in Jordan next month (September 2011), my announcement here should hopefully be gladly received! PRI Australia has put up the funds for the additional equipment I needed to enable me to live-stream the International Permaculture Conference (IPC10) to the internet. I’ll be live-streaming the 1-day Conference,… Read more »

Get the Most From Your Visit to the International Permaculture Conference (IPC10) in Jordan!

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In case you’ve not been paying attention, I thought I’d mentioned that in addition to what will be an awesome International Permaculture Conference & Convergence (IPC10), there are some courses both before and after the event which you may find to be valuable add-ons to your stay, and which will make your trip to Jordan… Read more »

Start at Your Doorstep – John and Laura’s Shade-Garden Makeover, Inner Urban Sydney

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by Cecilia Macaulay "If you want to change the world, start at your back doorstep" said Permaculture’s Bill Mollison. John and his big sister Cecilia Here is the story of how John and Laura turned a shady dirt-patch into a little jewel-box organic garden.

The IPC10 Draws Near – Advert Resources to Help Spread the Word

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The 10th International Permaculture Conference & Convergence (IPC10) is drawing near! It promises to be an amazing event. Check out the Conference speaker timetable, and the Convergence speaker/workshop timetable to see what I mean. Below are adverts that webmasters and anyone who wants to help promote the IPC can utilise to help spread the word…. Read more »

The International Permaculture Conference and Convergence (IPC10) is Getting Closer!

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Bookings for the International Permaculture Conference & Convergence (IPC10) that is running through September 2011 are coming in thick and fast. I’m personally looking forward to putting faces to all the names of people I’m in constant communication with, but who I’ve never met yet. It’ll be great to hear first hand the accounts of… Read more »

ABC’s Bush Telegraph Helps Push National Permaculture Day

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This little promo interview by ABC’s Michael Mackenzie with Geoff Lawton, Kat Lavers and Liz Silvolli was for Australia’s National Permaculture Day — which saw a flurry of permaculture activity across Australia just a few days ago, on May 1. I post the talk for your interest. I’d welcome reports from the day from organisers… Read more »

Australia’s Permaculture Day, May 1st – Only Two Days to Go!

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Dear permaculture people — if you haven’t seen the National Permaculture Day website recently you should see it now! With over 70 events showcasing permaculture happening around Australia this Sunday, it’s going to be a fantastic day with our co-operative efforts gaining maximum public and media attention. Local and national newspapers and radio are certainly… Read more »