|Kununurra, WA, Australia|
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Grew up on a dairy farm in Victoria(AU) and left home at 16 years old looking for the answers to life in the Army, on forklifts, in trucks, at Uni, in remote Australia within aboriginal culture, in the mines of WA & NT. While on some time off from a black coal mine in Queensland in August 2011, I found the answer wrapped in the word 'Permaculture'.
It was a chance internet download of the Bill Mollison video - 'In Grave Danger of Falling Food'. From that moment on I have spend most of my time absorbing, sharing and experiencing permaculture.
I decided early that I'd quit my 'job' and immediately volunteered time to the local community permaculture garden as well as teaching kids at school to create and use compost.
I received my PDC on 21st Jan 2012.
I plan to help grow the movement through education and developing demonstration sites.
A guilt-free way to manage lawns.
|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course|
|Teacher: Geoff Lawton|
|Location: PRI, Zaytuna Farm, NSW, Aust.|
|Date: Jan 2012|
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