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Living Waters
Living Waters
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Denmark, Western Australia, AU
08 9848 2171
Climate zone:
Cool Temperate

Amanda McLennan Colin Asplin Craig Burton David Rivera Ospina Hubert de Kalbermatten Peter Hipe Russell Mudge
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Living Waters

Project Type

Urban, Rural, Residential, Intentional Communities, Demonstration, Educational

Project Summary

Eco village in the south west of western Australia. Lots of demonstration and education. Close to town of Denmark, 10kms from beach. Tall forest. 1000mm of rain in a wet one.

Project Description

Have been teaching on and developing site since 1985... slow and steady wins the race! 

Survey strata sub division.  60acres/23Ha of forest.  biodiversity is king!  But soils take some work for  veg production!!!

Hoping to get final approval and titles mid next year. 

Courses through January plus involved in local pc networks in region. 

WA may be big in land mass, but very small population so good networking of pc folk. 


Denmark time!

Has been lots of action on the ground here... Rammed earth tanks, new orchard and roads...

Posted almost 12 years ago (0 comments)
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