The early morning cow routines at Maungaraeeda, home of Tom and Zaia Kendall and the Permaculture Research Institute Sunshine Coast are very satisfying, both due to the connections between people and cows and for the end products.
In part 3 of this series, snippets from Tom’s talk at WED (World Environment Day) Tom discusses how to take positive action to stop practices like fracking, community interaction and interaction with other species and sharing of harvest.
Why do we live the hard way, shovelling shit day in day out, putting up with animals dying despite looking after them well, losing crops due to erratic weather, living in an unfinished house and a multitude of other issues? We do it because we believe.
More snippets from Tom Kendall’s talk on What is Permaculture at WED (World Environment Day) 2016. For courses or more information on Tom Kendall and what he does, please visit www.diyfoodandhealth.com
Zaia supports pasture fed beef growing as a more humane and environmentally friendly method than other “industrial” methods, and refutes the notion that beef production needs to use an excess of water.
meetings every 3rd Thursday of the month in the Cooroy RSL hall from 6pm with a variety of interesting speakers.
Cooroy community gardens is run by Permaculture Noosa and local residents. Working bee every Sunday morning early!
promotes sustainable agriculture, horticulture and other rural enterprises in the Noosa Hinterland through field days, workshops, and social events to support and strengthen community cohesion.
a yearly event which raises funds for Motor Neurone Disease.
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