It is time for our Annual General Meeting!
Please come and join us to shape the future of PermacultureWest. All committee positions will be declared vacant and we would love to see some new faces on the team as many hands make light work! Depending on your interest, skills and time you would like to commit, there are different positions available. We would love to see you there!
We are a vibrant, friendly, progressive and committed volunteer-based organisation and we need you on our committee to assis us with spreading the Permaculture concept to local groups and helping influence it’s potential for the future of our communities; both metro and regional. Please join us and show your support to keep PermacultureWest alive and serving our WA community.
The meeting will be held as follows:
|Sunday, August 21st, 2022
|2:30pm – 4pm
|VICTORIA PARK COMMUNITY CENTRE, 248 Gloucester Street, Victoria Park WA 6101
|Please register via Humanitix for catering purposes. You are also welcome to bring a plate.
If you wish to nominate for a position on the Committee, please complete the online nomination form.
Note: Only currently financial members are eligible to vote at the AGM and/or nominate for committee roles. If you’re interested in becoming a member, you can join here.
A special feature at the AGM will be the screening of Home Grow’n Episode 10, introduced by the creator, Craig Clitheroe of Dogs Go Woof Productions.
Home Grow’n Episode 10
We have hit a huge milestone at Home Grow’n with Episode 10. It’s been four months since we started retrofitting a house into our sustainable home and to celebrate we are showcasing how the garden has transformed since we began. We look back to how it all started with our gutless sand and prickle-ridden backyard to a veggie producing backyard four months on, in the middle of summer. Craig show’s how things have transformed; what has grown and if our attempts to get rid of the Double Gee prickle was successful.
About Dogs Go Woof Productions
Dogs Go Woof Productions is an independent and award winning sustainable documentary production company in Perth WA, created by Craig Clitheroe. DGW crafts stories that inspire and empower people to make positive changes across the world through the power of storytelling.