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Permablitz Sydney
Permablitz Sydney
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Sydney, NSW, AU
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Benoit Dodd Betty Farnum Gordon Williams Katy Wilkins Kerri Paine Landcraft Permaculture ...... Paul Boundy Michelle Stephenson Paul Tan
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Permablitz Sydney

Project Type

Urban, Community, Educational, Permaculture Local Group Transition Town Permablitz

Project Summary

Making the suburbs edible enough, such that should food become unaffordable, we don’t even notice!

Project Description

Permablitzes are informal gatherings involving a group of people coming together to:
* create or add to edible gardens where someone lives
* share skills related to permaculture and sustainable living
* build community networks
* have fun

Permablitzes are free events, open to the public, where you learn a lot, share food, get some exercise and have a brilliant time.

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Posted over 11 years ago (0 comments)

Our debut blitz in Merrylands

Permablitz has to start somewhere, and we’ve been taking a while this year to start driving some momentum in getting blitzes happening. In our case, it wasn't until late October that we were ready for a trial blitz, and I'm responsible for taking this lon

Posted over 11 years ago (1 comments)

A pebble into the pond

That’s what a Permablitz is like. One action that produces many ripples and spreads in all directions. When your backyard gets blitzed by a group of fellow enthusiasts a whole lot of things are happening.

Posted over 11 years ago (0 comments)
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