We have a draft below if you need help.
Join us as we start the process of helping you set up a community Seed Savers WA network. All hands on deck please.
Please support this petition so we have a mandate to change the unfair fees.
Recommended TED talks including two on the importance of maintaining seed diversity (and many other great videos too)
The link below is to the high quality MP3 version of Monday's radio interview of Charles Otway is below courtesy of 720 ABC Perth regarding the new pending $56 seed fee
Update: Today's Radio, TV and newspaper coverage about the new pending seed fee for WA households
One pack of $3 seeds now incurs $50 plus Quarantine inspection fee.
We missed popping the Autumn Enews up here, sorry. See the link below.
South Freo Permies are hosting an awesome International Permaculture Day event @ South Fremantle High School on May 5th running all day from 9:30am through 4pm. Please click through to view the full invite!
Another great edition of the PermacultureWest enews awaits. We have articles on LETS, pest management, hugelkultur / wicking bed trials, and more!
Winter is with us and so is the new edition of the PermacultureWest e-News! Another fantastic looking and thought provoking read flowing from the surplus energies of Permaculture community in WA and abroad. Let us know what you have been up to as we would love to help you share your surplus.
There are plenty of gardening and food production workshops coming up. More than ever in fact, so get you spring sprung for spring action or simply make the most of this excellent food growing weather right now. Workshops of varying cost and content should offer something for everyone.
David Holmgren was a research student and co-founder with Bill Mollison, his research supervisor, of the permaculture concept. It helps people reconnect with the food production process and farmers to make their practice more sustainable. It is also about retro-fitting the suburbs to be sustainable.
Welcome to another edition of the PermacultureWest eNews and it's once again packed with great articles thanks to Jo and all our contributors. Have a read about the recent National Permaculture Day activities, the PW sponsored soil master class run by Paul Taylor, aquaponics and more!
This month our newsletter receives a makeover and we have Jo Thierfelder stepping in as editor. Jo has put together a great set of articles and info on up coming events. We're also running a competition in this edition but you'll have to download and have a read to find out more!
The Australasian Permaculture Convergence (APC11) is almost here. This year it's being held in Turangi, NZ from April 11 - 15th. We just received word that registrations close April 1st, so there's still a few days left for anyone interested.
The Permafund Board invites you to a gathering for people interested in aid and development.
The February - March newsletter is out and another bumper issue with Charles and Jo temporarily taking the reigns as enews editors. There's some great PermacultureWest events coming up so please take a look!
We've reached the end of another year and our last enews for 2011. This edition continues from the last with an article on edible weeds, see what our favourite permie abroad, Harry Wykman, has been up to, and say hello to the new Committee. Next year looks great if you're interested in Permaculture related education, take a look at all the upcoming courses!
Casual Picnic BBQ and get together at Perry Lakes on Sunday Nov 27th. Please come down and join us, no need to RSVP as it is BYO. Just a great opportunity to catchup at some point from 10am-3pm. See you there.