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Free PDF download: Towards Zero Waste for Launceston

In Community Events, GFP News, Surplus Share, Upcoming Events, Upcycled Eco Products by Cris Pearson

We have created this PDF as a useful resource for schools and community, covering methods to reduce waste and creating useful resources from waste. Launch Event! If you are in Launceston, and interested in up cycling, reducing waste and generally living gently, join us for the launch of this PDF on the 30th of April 2021, for an afternoon of …

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Permaculture Principles

In Community Events, GFP News, Green Building, People Care, Upcycled Eco Products by pixie

Permaculture is a creative design process based on whole-systems thinking informed by ethics and design principles that feature on this site. This approach guides us to mimic the patterns and relationships we can find in nature and can be applied to all aspects of human habitation, from agriculture to ecological building, from appropriate technology to education and even economics. By …

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Rosemary Morrow

In Community Events, Earth Care, Instructors, People Care by pixie

Rosemary Morrow is known and revered worldwide for her pragmatic and effective approach to creating permaculture systems across an incredibly broad range of environments. Rosemary has successfully implemented community-scale permaculture systems in such diverse biospheres as Uganda, Ethiopia, Cambodia, Thailand, the Middle East, Australia, and northern Europe, to name but a few. Her knowledge on how to create abundance, food …

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Our Global Village Celebration

In Community Events, GFP News, People Care, Upcoming Events by pixie

“Our Global Village Celebration” is happening again this year as event of the Tamar Peace Festival. A gathering of makers, producers, performers and foodies at the Northern Suburbs Community Centre Saturday August 17. Expression of Interest form for interested stall holders pictured below. If you would like an EOI form email and one will arrive in your inbox.

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Bog for Frogs

In Birds & Bees, Community Events, Compost & Worm Farms, Diversity, Home Gardens, People Care, Permaculture Design Training, Training by pixie

The Grand Opening of the Bog for Frogs in the West Launceston Primary School Community Garden. Thanks Costa and the Bog Bonk Acapella ❤ Eleven species of frog occur throughout Tasmania, three of which are restricted to the State. While many of them are inconspicuous, with a little practice all species can be identified from the distinctive calls of the …