Growing Permaculture in Canterbury
Our aim is to elevate permaculture knowledge & design further into common understanding and discussions. To share valuable design systems, and tools that can be used to help our society transition into a future with clean water, safe and abundant food, renewable energy and resources, healthy watersheds, and prosperous people and ecosystems.
Below are the people, projects & place that are a part of our Team on our Permaculture Design Certificate education course. There is a rich diversity of examples that Canterbury has in how we can be resilient, prosperous and happy. As well as who is avaiable for consultantions and who we are partner relationships with...
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Dr. Aline Carrara
Kids Edible Schools
Slow Food Educator
Soil Food Web
Ara Lecturer of Engineering & Architectural Studies
21st Century Economist
Kaitiaki of Stavely Camp