FAQ's for Hui this weekend...
-YES bring your own bedding.
-Bring cash for trade store,coffee cart and glow-worm trips.
-BYO.... this is a BYO event no alcohol available on site to buy.
-to carpool post on Facebook:)
See you there!
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FAQ's for Hui this weekend...
Andrew Martin once worked in the finance industry, but after leaving that life, he and his wife Beth moved to New Zealand and developed an amazing permaculture property in just 3 years!
This film was made as part of our Living the Change series. For this series we're traveling around New Zealand making short documentary films about permaculture farms, tiny houses, and sustainability.
updated 15/04. Responding to feedback and valuing the time of our WebMaster and team we have decided to hold the standard rate until SUNDAY at this stage, a higher late registration fee is likely to apply from there on as originally advertised.
We are negotiating with the caterers to extend their cutoff from Monday to Wednesday next week - please register just as soon as you can to make sure you dont miss out on this wonderful opportunity tohelp fundraise for PiNZ, learn, share and have fun together as a wider community...Come join us.
Looking forward to listening to Jodi Roebuck at the PiNZ Hui on Saturday 23rd at 1:30pm, heres some information on his workshop....
Jodi will present an overview of Roebuck Farm’s grazing work including access to land through leasing and their work with other graziers both local and international. Timed grazing is a powerful tool enabling drought proofing, diversification of species, litter contact, increased fertility and sustained animal nutrition.
The Hui is just around the corner now and we invite you to join us for inspiration, education and fun.
The hui starts 10am Saturday 23rd April and goes through to 11am Monday (ANZAC Day) 25th April.
It is located at Epworth - a quiet and private retreat situated on the banks of the mighty Waikato River at Lake Karapiro.
To recognise the importance of the river to our region and the interconnectedness to our lives here, the theme will be Wai- Whenua: Water- Earth.
Keynote speakers include:
The international Bale Heart Award is the latest feather in Warkworth architect Graeme North's cap.
North is a building design pioneer in New Zealand using low impact natural materials including straw bales, unstabilised earthen walls and lime plasters.
He received the award at the International Straw Building Conference: Natural Building in the 21st Century in Methven, Canterbury in front of 200 delegates from 15 countries.
"I was utterly blown away, I wasn't expecting it at all," North says.
Animals and nutrient go hand in hand and there is no better way to fertilize your garden than integrating some small animals… writes my colleague and fellow permie Bena Denton...
I’m often surprised at peoples initial hesitation to integrate small animals into their garden. There are many ways that animals can benefit you and your backyard to help turn it into a super abundant garden bursting with an active soil life and fresh produce. Today we look at three small animals…
The outer environment is in danger from global warming, pollution and myriad chemicals. As our toxic outer world spins out of control we become aware of the environmental dangers of disturbed emotions, disease, negative and aggressive thinking.
I just stumbled on an inspiring "ecological landscape" project in California, USA.
"The Growing Commons is a 7500 sq ft landscape that was previously a water guzzling lawn for over 50 years. In 2015, the Claremont Friends Quaker Meeting decided that maintaining such as lawn in California (especially during a historic drought) was against the ideals of their beliefs, and sought to replace their lawn with a California appropriate landscape that would also benefit the community."