Introducing Permaculture Northern Beaches’ Green Home project
Gather your seeds in winter for the coming spring. Share and swap seeds grown organically and locally . These seeds will be the best adapted you can find for the Northern Beaches climate and soils as many have been grown over generations.
This is an invaluable resource for the local community. Be part of the change - grow your own seeds and food.
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This season's workshop is at Mona Vale in an inspiring permaculture garden.
Native grasses can be made into beautiful and useful objects.
Join Karleen Green at this workshop to create your own small coiled basket using lomandra grass. Learn about natural dying techniques that you can try at home. Karleen shares the history of Aboriginal weaving traditions and how baskets, Dilly bags and other woven objects have been used throughout history in Aboriginal culture.
Karleen is an Aboriginal woman who is passionate about sharing her knowledge and skills in traditional art, weaving and culture. Karleen teaches traditional basket weaving techniques with natural fibres and plant dyes.
Bring a plate of food and/or drinks to share at the end of the workshop.
Bookings are essential please contact: email@example.com get in early as this workshop may book out!
Cost is $25 or $20 for PNB members. The course will be held at the Coastal Environment Centre (CEC) on Pelican Walk, Narrabeen Lagoon.