Permaculture News

Earth restoring crowd support success!

We did it! We not only reached our initial crowd support campaign target of AUD$30,000, but we also reached our stretch target of AUD$40,000! Reaching our initial target means we can now go ahead and print the latest iteration of Rosemary Morrow’s best selling book, The Earth User’s Guide to Permaculture, revised as The Earth Restorer’s Guide to Permaculture, right here in Australia. The extra $10,000 means we are well on our way of being able to print the book in the US, ready for US distribution later this year.

If you missed our online fund raising party with Costa Georgiadis, Rosemary Morrow, Charlie Mgee and a whole bunch of special guests, you can watch the recording here:

And if you missed out on purchasing a pre-sale copy of the book, not to worry! You can grab yourself a copy of the book here.

A ridiculously HUGE thank you to all the people who generously gave to the campaign who stand by us in our firm belief of small independent publishing and local ethical printing.

And another HUGE thank you to all our Project Partners: 

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A brand new tour – Zone 4: the managed wild

You are warmly invited to join David Holmgren in a tour beyond the boundaries down the gully to Spring Creek, exploring the territory where he, Su Dennett and others in the community have for decades been stewarding the common land on a larger scale, making tracks, planting and pruning trees, grazing goats, building leaky weirs and engaging in other positive action that enhances ecological diversity, makes the land more fire safe and amenable to locals and visitors alike.

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The Papillon Project continues to thrive

The Papillon Project is an educational charity that promotes sustainable living and environmental awareness to young people in the UK. They work with secondary schools to inspire young people to grow food for themselves and their local communities. David Holmgren is thrilled to continue being one of The Papillon Project’s patrons.

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