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International Permaculture Day garden tours and gardening workshop
Join us to learn more about Australian Indigenous Foods
Living The Change - Movie and Soup night. Join us mid-winter for some creative inspiration on stories for a sustainable future.
Here's a few past events organised by Permaculture Northern Beaches.
A focus on greywater and rainwater use in our homes and a great community case study from Brazil.
Learn how to reduce toxic chemicals in your home through by making your own eco products.
Join us to learn about how the simple acts suh as worm farming,composting and permaculture can have a big impact
Start the year with a LOW TOX LIFE - learn HOW to and WHY to lower your toxic load, in your home and garden, and across your body, mind, and food.
Join us to care for the Oceans at our stall at this year's Manly Ocean Care day beachside at Manly.
Join our seed workshop with an added focus on the best methods to grow tomatos including from seed.
Few things on Earth are as miraculous and vital as seeds - treasured since the dawn of time. This new documentary follows passionate seed keepers who are protecting a 12,000 year-old food legacy. + Seed Savers speaker + the BIG SWAP.
Two day course on permaculture from home gardening, sustainable housing, soil, site analysis, and sustainability in your own home and beyond.
Rosemary Morrow has taken permaculture to precarious places all over the world from Uganda to Afghanistan to Bosnia to the Himalayas. Learn about permaculture today and its new frontiers from one of its founders.
Join the third workshop in our series on small space gardening - big ideas!
PNB will be launching our Green Home project - sustainable building, building materials, energy efficiency, permaculture garden and a non-toxic lifestyle. Learn of the latest clean energy options for your home!
Bid ideas for a small space - learn how to make the most of the area you have with this small space gardening workshop.
Sustainable House Day - open homes and gardens across the Northern Beaches
Make eco products for your home and personal use at this unique workshop. Join the PNB Living Skills team o cut down on chemical use in your home.
Seed Saving workshop at the inspiring Bungan Edible Sanctuary. Learn how to grow successful seedlings and seed saving techniques.
Join us for an interactive night devoted to keeping European Honey Bees & Native Stingless Bees.
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. Click to learn more
Big ideas for a small space - learn how to make the most of the area you have with this small space gardening workshop. This is the first in a series of four workshops to help you make the most of the space you have. You will learn techniques such as stacking, hanging pots, lattices, using narrow niches and wall and fence spaces, portable grow bags, clever plant choices such as dwarf varieties and low maintenance plants that take up minimum space wth a high yield.
Learn how to preserve the biodiversity of our urban wildlife + indoor Eco market
Permabee - garden working bee - learn about and share your knowledge on raised beds and crop rotation.
Permaculture Northern Beaches joins the plastic free July challenge again this year and encourages all of our supporters to cut down on single use plastics. Join our indoor market for alternatives on July 27 at Nelson Heather Centre from 7:15pm.
Join our bimonthly PNB Seed savers circle at Bungun Edible sanctuary- swap seeds, package seeds, and learn more on why seed saving is vital for the planet.
" Sustainable" the movie, looks at the economic and environmental instability of our food system, from the agricultural issues we face to the community of leaders who are determined to fix it: interviewing some of the most forward thinking farmers of our time - like Bill Niman, Klaas Martens and John Kempf – heroes who challenge the ethical decisions behind industrial agriculture.