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STUDY PERMACULTURE IN 2017 AT CQUNIVERSITY

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Australia’s Graduate Certificate in Permaculture Design at CQUniversity provides practical responses to the growing global need to adapt sustainably to social and environmental changes.

The first of its kind in the world, the graduate certificate provides benefits such as the flexibility to study by distance education with residential schools hosted by industry partners offering practical learning experiences.

Applications are open in August for commencement in Term 1, 2017.

Visit www.cqu.edu.au to enrol. For more information, contact Dr Keri Chiveralls, at k.chiveralls@cqu.edu.au.

MAKING PERMACULTURE STRONGER

Making Permaculture Stronger is a new project making waves in the global permaculture community. Starting with the idea that, like anything, permaculture has room for improvement, this project is opening a space for high-calibre collaborative inquiry into areas of permaculture that have the potential to be made even better. The initial focus has been a series of posts looking at the way permaculturalists define and understand design process. Initiated by Dan Palmer (founder of permablitz.net and VeryEdibleGardens.com), you can check it out and get involved here: www.MakingPermacultureStronger.net

SUSTAINABLE HOUSE DAY 11 SEPTEMBER 2016

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Some of Australia’s most environmentally progressive homes will be on show at Sustainable House Day on Sunday 11 September 2016.

This is a great opportunity for thousands of people to visit some of Australia’s leading green homes. Sustainable House Day gives visitors a chance to inspect firsthand houses that have been designed, built or renovated with sustainability in mind as well as the opportunity to talk to owners and receive unbiased advice. To register your home or find homes in your area go to www.sustainablehouseday.com

‘DYNAMIC GROUPS, DYNAMIC LEARNING’

TEACHER TRAINING, CREATIVE FACILITATION & GROUP LEADERSHIP COURSE

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with Robin Clayfield 20–26 August 2016 Crystal Waters Permaculture Eco-Village

Celebrating over 23 years of training permaculture teachers globally

Fully catered, six-day residential course. Only one in Australia this year

Many leading permaculture teachers have trained with Robin and incorporate ‘Dynamic Groups’ skills into their courses

Contact: robin@earthcare.com.au www.dynamicgroups.com.au

APC13 (AUSTRALIAN PERMACULTURE CONVERGENCE) AND EXPO, PERTH, WA 2–5 OCTOBER 2016

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2 Oct Expo. Open to the public. There will be a number of talks, presentations and workshops highlighting different aspects of permaculture.

3-5 Oct. Convergence. Concurrent sessions on various themes. Keynote Speakers Anni Macbeth and Rob Hopkins. PDC required.

Permaculture Tours–Thursday and Friday 6–7 Oct. Two one-day and two two-day tours.

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Courses running before and after.

Food Facilitators Training Course with Robina McCurdy.

Future Scenarios Workshop with David Holmgren.

Advanced Principles Course with David Holmgren.

Urban Permaculture Facilitators Training with Robina Mc-Curdy.

Advanced Teaching Course with Rosemary Morrow and Robin Clayfield.

Advanced Design Course with Graham Bell and Ross Mars.

Guest David Holmgren.

www.apc13.org

IPC INDIA 2017. 26 NOV–2 DEC 2017

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Hosted at Hyderabad, Telangana State, India by Aranya Agricultural Alternatives.

The theme of the IPCIndia2017 is ‘Towards Healthy Societies’ with special emphasis on women as agents of change in building sustainable communities.

The hosts have over 1000 permaculture gardens and hundreds of farms to demonstrate good permaculture projects in India.

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Vandana Shiva will be invited to be a keynote speaker at this conference and Robyn Francis has promised to help teach the PDC leading up to the Conference. PDC holders and teachers with expertise and specialised knowledge who can guide and supervise interns and volunteers will undertake the responsibility of a viable project with the help of students on the farm in areas such as: chicken tractor, keyhole vegetable beds, biochar, dry toilets, banana circles, wind breaks, water harvesting, greywater and blackwater management and/or any other areas of their choice. Visit www.ipcindia2017.org for more info.

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