Permakultur Kalimantan Foundation
Permakultur Kalimantan Foundation
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Jl. Tjilik Riwut Km.36 No.1 Sukamulya, Tangkiling, Bukit Batu , Palangkaraya, Central Kalimantan , ID
Climate zone:
Wet/Dry Tropical

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Permakultur Kalimantan Foundation

Project Type

Rural, Residential, Community, Demonstration, Educational

Project Summary

Permakultur Kalimantan Foundation (Yayasan Permakultur Kalimantan) is a non-profit community project committed to supporting communities return to sustainable living in a way that values and integrates the natural environment, people and culture for the long term.

Project Description

We are establishing Yayasan Permakultur Kalimantan to make accessible permaculture education and training to communities in Kalimantan to improve land management, increase community resilience, increase food security, support sustainable livelihoods and culture and help to conserve the natural environment in the region.

We have been doing not for profit permaculture work for the past 3 years in Australia and India as documented in our and now we are creating a formal entity to continue this important work in our homeland of Kalimantan (Borneo) Indonesia. Our mixed Indonesian/Australian family initiated this journey after pursuing Permaculture education and training in Australia and now we are a community working together to develop this project here in Kalimantan.

We are currently establishing our first small scale permaculture demonstration site in the village of Sukamulya, Central Kalimantan. 

Sukamulya Permaculture Demonstration Site

Permies worldwide are welcome to come and visit us and lend a hand in the heart of Kalimantan/Borneo.



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