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Gordon Williams


  • Joined: 02/02/2011
  • Last Updated: 20/02/2011
  • Location: Springwood, NSW, Australia
  • Climate Zone: Warm Temperate
  • Gender: Male
  • Web site: www.freerangefoodgardens.com.au

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    PRI Zaytuna Farm, NSW, Australia Milkwood Purple Pear Farm The Panya Project SPERI - HEPA FFS - Vietnam Jacmarall Farm Addison Road Community Garden Asylum Seekers Centre Permaculture Garden The Transformation of Our Urban Home Transition Towns - Maitland Tree Frog Permaculture The Permaculture Research Institute of Hellas (Greece) Maungaraeeda Brogo Permaculture Gardens Taman Petanu Eco Neighborhood the food forest Quail Springs Permaculture Mudlark Permaculture Jiwa Damai Permaculture Center Bali Holistic Beekeeping Instituto Chileno de Pc Family Sustainability Sunningdale Permaculture at the Botanic Gardens Happy Earth Terre & Vie PRI Maungaraeeda, Sunshine Coast Dehesa Felix WeTheTrees Crowd Funding Platform PRI New Zealand (Koanga Institute) Bredbo Valley View Farm Permablitz Sydney




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About Gordon Williams

Gordon is a Permaculture consultant and educator currently working in Sydney and the Blue Mountains, NSW, Australia.

Being raised in the Blue Mountains Gordon was able to spend time in the surrounding national parks and bushland where he gained an appreciation for the natural systems within them.
His 9 years of experience as a carpenter has led to a deep understanding of the difference between good and bad building design and construction. As a result of these experiences his passion is to see the built environment blend smoothly into the living surroundings.

His journey along the Permaculture path began when he inherited the family kitchen garden. While on the hunt for info on growing food, Rosemary Morrow's book, Earth Users Guide to Permaculture proved to be a revelation.

Gordon has undertaken training from some of Australia's most respected Permaculture educators such as Rosemary Morrow, Darren Doherty and Geoff Lawton. He has also worked at the Permaculture Research Institute in educational and on farm roles.


I got stung in the eye so I built a beehive

When I got stung by a bee and my eye became so swollen that I couldn't see our of it. It looked like I had been in a bar fight. I couldn't help but wonder about the kamikaze insect that died to protect its family. So over the last few years I have learned

Posted about 2 years ago (1 comments)

Practical Permaculture for Home and Garden Course

Join in for a weekend of intensive permaculture design, theory and practical workshops for the home gardener or backyard farmer in the world heritage Blue Mountains.

Posted almost 4 years ago (2 comments)

Raised Garden Bed Workshop

On Saturday, 3rd September, Daniel Hatfield, from Healthy Harvest Kitchen Gardens, and myself ran a workshop in how to construct raised garden beds.

Posted over 4 years ago (3 comments)

Tucker for Travellers

The Arts Factory backpackers resort in Byron Bay, New South Wales, has just been blitzed by an efficient team of Permaculturalists taking part in a five day course focusing on bringing permaculture designs from the page into the landscape.

Posted over 4 years ago (1 comments)

Ridge Dam Construction at Zaytuna

The most recent PRI earthworks course saw the construction of a new ridge dam and swales at Zaytuna Farm.

Posted almost 5 years ago (5 comments)

Bamboo Bike Racks

The new craze that is taking the world by storm!

Posted almost 5 years ago (3 comments)

PDC Teacher Training course

Week long PDC teacher training course, taught by Rosemary Morrow

Posted almost 5 years ago (0 comments)