The venue, studded with the jewels of the region’s heritage fruit trees, will provide us with varied spaces for meeting and mooting amongst the circles of trees. These will include their insulated community-sized Mongolian yurt, tepee and an enormous grow-house and teaching space.
Workshops will cover deeper issues of meaningful relationships with land, especially plants. We will look at approaches to creating desirable communities and networks between disparate groups, and the value of looking to our predecessors and their approach to living within their means. We will examine global “messages” and trends to take note of, ways to communicate worthwhile ideas effectively, learning to recognise ossified thinking and ways to create new ones, and much more.
Please go here for a full outline of the event
Parking on site is limited. Parking on site is by request, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your registration number.
Also email email@example.com if you wish to offer a workshop or talk.
You can book a place on a Permaculture Tour of South Otago following the hui. To find out more about this and other events before and after the hui, please go here
|Hui Registration - Day Passes|
|Contribution to Travel Equalisation|
|Every bit helps||NZ$10.00|
|Going a bit further||NZ$20.00|
|A generous amount||NZ$50.00|
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