Tree Frog Permaculture
Tree Frog Permaculture
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Commenced:
01/02/2010
Submitted:
07/02/2011
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
66 Sunderland St, Newcastle, NSW, AU
Phone:
02 49 100 123
Website:
TreeFrogPermaculture.com.au
Climate zone:
Warm Temperate





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Tree Frog Permaculture

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Urban, Residential, Commercial, Community, Philanthropic/aid, Educational

Project Summary

Tree Frog Permaculture is a small permaculture business operated out of Newcastle, NSW, dedicated to building community through permaculture design, education and implementation.

Project Description

Just over a year old now, Tree Frog is a passionate group of young permaculture specialists who are out there transforming the culture from inner city community gardens through to sustainable food production in the local region.

Over the past year we have had particular focus on helping low-income and student households grow their own food in our urban setting while spreading the ethics and principles of permaculture through local community groups.

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