It’s a busy month coming up for the Permaculture Tasmania Committee and members with a *huge* variety of events coming up.
Tamar Sustainable Living Expo Satellite events: Community composting with Costa
There are a variety of community composting gatherings in Mayfield, Pioneer Park with Costa from Gardening Australia.
Thursday 11th October, Launceston
Friday 13th October, Launceston
Permaculture Tasmania will be an exhibitor at the Expo all day, and also running a free compost demonstration. Check out the variety of different workshops, displays and activities as part of the Expo here: https://www.facebook.com/TamarNRM15/ Come down and say hello!
Milkwood Book Q&A with author Kirsten Bradley, Milkwood Permaculture, Hobart
Permaculture Tasmania and Sustainable Living Tasmania are *thrilled* to bring you this event to be held at Sustainable Living Tasmania,Hobart on Thursday 18th October.
Solar panels – Sustainable Living Tasmania
A variety of talks on Solar panels in Hobart and Launceston are occurring during October with our member, Sustainable Living Tasmania. Check out details here: https://www.slt.org.au/events
Thursday 18th October, Hobart
Coordinated by Permaculture Tasmania and Sustainable Living Tasmania, this is a fabulous opportunity to meet Kirsten Bradley from Milkwood Permaculture and like-minded folks in Tassie for this *awesome* Q&A/meet the author event.
Kirsten Bradley + Nick Ritar left the city to start a small farm called Milkwood 10 years ago, with a dream of living simply and within their means. Since then, they’ve been growing food, cultivating community and sharing skills for down-to-earth living wherever they’ve lived or travelled. Kirsten and Nick are passionate about re-skilling households and communities to create resilient, low-impact and positive futures that are accessible to all. They currently live, grow, forage and keep bees on a small permaculture farm near Daylesford in Victoria… [Continue Reading Here for More Information…]