Posted by Claire Coleman about 12 years ago
After a long haul we finally got the Bendigo Bank to fund our eco-village project to get it through the final stages for sub division. A bit scary, but hugely exciting as it feels like we cant have any more set backs andit is up to us to make it work.
Most of the 18 lots are now accounted for, and we will be the first of its kind in the state - a survey strata. We have been the first sub division that does not have power and water coming on the site, so it feels good to be paving the way to do things differently. If you could see the place now it is awash with water - kayak being prefered mode of transport through the forest!! Who needs the chlorinated variety!
Looking forward to sumnmer so we can get moving on the ground....
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|Introduction to Permaculture|
|Type: Introduction to Permaculture|
|Teacher: Patrick Whitefield|
|Location: Devon, England|
|Date: Jun 1994|
|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course|
|Teacher: David Coleman|
|Location: Denmark WA|
|Date: Jan 1996|
|Certificate IV in Workplace assessment|
|Type: Teacher Training|
|Verifying teacher: Robin Clayfield|
|Other Teachers: Virginia Soloman, Janet Millington|
|Date: Jan 2007|
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