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Geoff & Nadia Lawton Launch Permaculture Sydney South

If you’re in the Sydney region on August 18, and aren’t otherwise engaged, you might want to pencil this date into your diary, so you can go along and support the birth of yet another important group – Permaculture Sydney South. This group covers Sydney’s central, southern and eastern suburbs, and will no doubt become a powerful influence for change as we seek to fast-track transition to a sustainable, post-peak oil world.

Click here for a PDF with full when, where and RSVP details.

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  1. Hi,

    We’ve been importing Schrockenfux scythes from Austria for some years now. Given the number of people delighted in using this, aptly dubbed, “porridge powered lawn mower” we thought to bring it to the attention of more by offering to travel down to Sydney and demo the tool at group meetings if so desired. Schrockenfux, by the way, have been making scythes, and more, since 1540 so know a bit about quality.

    What uses?? Cutting meadow hay (long grasses)for fodder mixes. Green plant input to compost heaps…and more. No noise, just a wonderfully satisfying, meditative, exercise that does little or no damage to treasured plants.

    Rosemary & Barry Hadaway of Permaculture North are near neighbours up here in Mudgee and regular visitors to our “Scything PLUS” weekends here at Hazelcombe Farm

  2. CASES
    Climate Action Sydney Eastern Suburbs

    Invites you to be part of a community photograph to
    “Connect the Dots” for:

    CLIMATE IMPACTS DAY ON 5TH MAY 2012

    350.org is an international organization working to solve the climate crisis. 350.org has organised a world-wide event to draw attention to the potential impacts of climate change.

    CASES has decided to “connect the dots” of what will happen to Port Botany, Botany, Mascot and surrounding suburbs if sea levels continue to rise.

    As a concerned community member, you can take part in this photograph which will be uploaded to the 350.org website & viewed around the world!

    When: Saturday 5th May 2012
    Time: 11am – 11.30am
    Where: Sir Joseph Banks Park, Botany http-//g.co/maps/cjg63.webloc
    Directions: We will meet in the Fremlin St carpark. Enter from Botany Rd. The photo will be taken on or near the viewing platform overlooking the port.

    Please make a large sea-blue dot & bring it with you to hold up for the photograph.

    It is very important to RSVP [email protected] so that we can get an idea of numbers attending.

    Feel free to forward this invitation to friends, family, church & community groups!

    Please note: In the event of rain, the photo will go ahead unless it is bucketing down. In this case, another date will be advised on CASES website: http://www.cases.org.au.

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