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‘Relocalisation’ at Charlottesville

 

Film and discussion evening at Charlottesville, Va, USA on April 11. David Holmgren’s film “Relocalisation: How Peak Oil Can Lead to Permaculture” will be screened, followed by a talk by Gabe Engle who experienced a 17 months apprenticeship with David and his partner Su Dennett at  Melliodora, their home and permaculture demonstration site in Hepburn Springs in Australia.

‘Great Gabe’ will tell you all about his extensive permaculture experience down under. Should be a cracker night.

Where: The Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative

When: April 11 2013, 7 PM

Cost: Free

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