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13Jun 16
Permafund supports publication with a $1000 grant

Permafund supports publication with a $1000 grant

In 2015 Permafund donated $1,000 to Permatil to develop new tropical permaculture guidebook. Permaculture Australia offer small grants to community based organisations in Australia or overseas to support work restoring and improving the environment and building sustainable communities. The book—an…

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20Jun 15
Rosemary Morrow talks about the guidebook

Rosemary Morrow talks about the guidebook

Rosemary 'Rowe' Morrow has lent her vast wealth of  knowledge and practice, both in working in tropical and developing countries as well as her teaching and writing experience, to be an advisor for the Tropical Permaculture Guidebook. She talks here…

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05Apr 15
Stage One Chuffed Crowdfunding Success

Stage One Chuffed Crowdfunding Success

With the help of 146 supporters from all over the world we raised $15 363. Thank-you to all our supporters... We feel part of a large and fabulousgroup of world changers and are humbled to be so generously assisted. We…

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31Mar 15
Costa is on board

Costa is on board

We’re thrilled to have Costa Georgiadis from ABC Gardening Australia join our team of supporters of the Tropical Permaculture Guidebook. Here’s what he has to say about our project... "Over the last 5 years I have been fortunate enough to…

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23Mar 15
Guidebook testimonies from IDEP trainees

Guidebook testimonies from IDEP trainees

IDEP Foundation have been doing groundbreaking work in Indonesia for years, focusing on permaculture, education and disaster risk reduction and response. They adapted and re-published the Permaculture Guidebook from Timor-Leste for Indonesia, and their on-line publication had over 200, 000…

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30Jan 15
From the writing pad… Timor Leste

From the writing pad… Timor Leste

Author, Lachlan McKenzie updates us on the Tropical Permaculture Guidebook progress… "Oh oh oh Timor, Oh oh hau nia rai, Oh oh oh, Oh Timor!.." So the song goes, known and sung by every Timorese person by the age of three, and by…

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