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Permaculture Northern Beaches


Manly • Warringah • Pittwater | Sydney

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Permaculture Northern Beaches


Manly • Warringah • Pittwater | Sydney

 
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Permaculture Northern Beaches (PNB) is a local group of Permaculture Sydney North, and based on Sydney’s Northern Beaches.

PNB hold monthly permaculture related events on the 4th Thursday of each month at 7:15pm at the  Nelson Heather Community Centre,  Banksia Room, 5 Jacksons Rd, Warriewood (off Pittwater rd near Warriewood Square). Check events page for the next meeting. All welcome!

 

 
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Upcoming Events


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Upcoming Events



Here's some recent events you may have missed....

 

 

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What is Permaculture Northern Beaches?


Our purpose is to: Educate • Connect • Influence • Inspire • Support • Protect • Make a difference

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What is Permaculture Northern Beaches?


Our purpose is to: Educate • Connect • Influence • Inspire • Support • Protect • Make a difference

Purpose

Our primary purpose is to share knowledge, resources, hands-on experience and friendship with a growing community of like-minded individuals who care about the production of safe food and the practice of sustainability.  

PNB is committed to the principle and practice of ecological sustainability.  We aim to achieve this through educating ourselves and others by sharing experience, knowledge and practical skills. Our guiding ethics are ‘Earth care, people care, fair share’.

We aim to: Educate – Connect – Influence – Inspire – Support – Protect – Make a difference

We encourage:

  • Membership for those interested in learning about Permaculture and sustainability by:  
  • Participation in local fairs and expos to promote the benefits of Permaculture
  • Advocacy of significant environmental and social issues relevant and of interest to our community.

 

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP: $30

Member benefits include:

  • Regular visits (Permatours) to members’ and other open-gardens
  • Participation in reciprocal Permabees (permaculture working bees) in members’ gardens
  • Sharing, swapping, selling: seeds, produce, food and equipment
  • Opportunities for networking and friendship with like-minded people
  • Expert speakers and interesting events/ films at monthly meetings
  • Participation in Living Skills workshops
  • Information about a range of courses
  • Ongoing opportunities to increase knowledge and skills
  • The opportunity to participate in and contribute to the activities of our group and take action locally through projects, education and advocacy.

 

 

Want to GET involved?

You can be as involved as much or as little as you want. Here's some ways to get involved in the group.