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Learning, listening, watching, touring

We have a stack of events planned over the next few months. Have a browse through our Events page to see if there’s anything that takes your fancy.

We have listed all the tours for the coming season, which starts next month, so you can visit us here at Melliodora and experience what a 30+ year permaculture property looks like. Places are limited and bookings are essential.
There is a local food panel featuring 5 stellar local women including Melliodora’s own Su Dennett.LandCultures

Artist as Family
are premiering their film Land Cultures, featuring David Holmgren and Bruce Pascoe.

David will be presenting A History from the Future at the Daylesford Words in Winter festival.

Also at Words in Winter, the winner of the Venie Holmgren Environmental Poetry Prize will be announced.

Formidable Vegetable Sound System
is coming to Daylesford to launch their forthcoming album, Grow Do It. Yay Charlie!!

David will be teaching on various PDC’s including at CERES, at the Food Forest in November, and at the Rocklyn ashram in February 2017 (more details to come).

In November, while David is in WA for the Australasian Permaculture Convergence and Permaculture Festival, he will be giving a keynote address and several talks about various aspects of permaculture ranging from future scenarios, permaculture in higher education, revitalising the landscapes and communities that will raise the next generation and his forthcoming book, RetroSuburbia.

While in WA, we are pleased to announce that David will also be presenting the Keith Roby Memorial Lecture in Community Science.

What an exciting list! This is just a snapshot. Please head on over to our Events page for the full rundown of tours, talks and special events.

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