Harry Wykman 's Profile
Harry Wykman
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Joined:
29/04/2011
Last Updated:
30/04/2011
Location:
Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Climate Zone:
Mediterranean
Gender:
Male
Web site:
www.ptpc.com.au





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PermacultureWest Milkwood Casa Amarela Pastoral Valley Ecologic Life Farm Old Chimney Farm Bunnyginup 1 Perth City Farm LemuLawen UnoVerde El Espino Oficina comunitária Linda-a-Velha Long Valley Fruit Heritage Conservation Garden and Food Forest Project Monte do Carrascal Parque Agricola da Alta de Lisboa (Lisbon's Uptown City Farm) EcoReality Co-op Marda Permaculture Farm, Palestine Permaculture Association of South Australia Inc. Chico Permaculture Guild Westside Permies O FOJO Permaculture | Integral Education Center Dragon Rocket Oven Sierra Permaculture Guild
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Amanda McLennan Anne None Byron Joel Claire Coleman claudio Rubilar Dan Harris-Pascal Daniel  Spencer Dominique Chanovre Fiona Campbell Francisco Monteiro Jaime Hernán March Fernández Jarod Santana Jason Nicholls João Gonçalves Klifford J Fyshwick Lindsay Cocks Mari Korhonen Matt Morton Pete Blake Pierre Marx Rebekah Copas Ronan Watters Scoutt Winter Sparkles Murphy Terry Haven Tina Parsons
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Adam Grubb Albert Bates Anji Bergkvist Anne None Bee Winfield Byron Joel Cecilia Macaulay Charles Otway Christopher Darker Claire Coleman claudio Rubilar Darren J.  Doherty Dave Jacke Dominique Chanovre Ethan Roland Evan Young Geoff Lawton Grifen Hope Jason Nicholls Jason Turner Javier Alejandro Lozano Harcha Javiera Carrion João Gonçalves Jorge  Carrion Kim Hill Kirk Gadzia Kirsten Bradley Michel Fanton Nick Ritar Patrick Whitefield paul barker Pete Blake Pierre Marx Richard Telford Robin Clayfield Robyn Francis Ross Mars Sandie Roach Sparkles Murphy Tamara Griffiths Ted Russ Terry Haven Tina Matthews Virginia Soloman
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About Harry Wykman

Permaculture is my passion. I became interested by reading Permaculture One, which I found on my parents bookshelf. They had taken courses with David Coleman in the early 90's when our family moved to Perth, Western Australia.

Since then, I haven't looked back. I WOOFed my way around Australia in 2002 with the aim of learning about community living and Permaculture as it applies to land-use. I worked and learned with people like Julie Firth (Geraldton, WA), Robin Clayfield (Crystal Waters, QLD), Rick and Naomi Coleman (VIC) and Graeme and Anna-Marie Brookman (SA). This was my real introduction to Permaculture in practice.

I am a member of the Peacetree Community in Perth, Western Australia. I am the principal worker of Peacetree Permaculture and Edible Landscapes. My sister Bonnie Wykman and fellow communard Joshua Hobby work with me in this enterprise while developing their own expressions - respectively, The Compost Tea Company and Design to Produce.

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Sepp Holzer: Words of a Master OR A Model of Holzerian Permaculture Action

“The most important thing is to learn from nature — if you do this everything will become very easy.” - Sepp Holzer

Posted about 5 years ago (0 comments)

Introduction to Permaculture - Oxford, UK - July 2011

If you’re going to be around Oxford in July I’m going to be teaching an Introduction to Permaculture with Oxford local, Phil Pritchard. As the flyer says, call Phil on 01865 718980 or check out Oxford Permaculture for more information or to book your plac

Posted about 5 years ago (0 comments)

The Urban Forest Gardens of Lisbon

Last week, on my way to a seminar with Sepp Holzer (more on that soon), I had the happy opportunity to spend some time in Lisbon, Portugal. On several occasions during my wanderings around this beautiful city I stumbled upon a little oasis amongst the mea

Posted about 5 years ago (0 comments)

From Waste to Wall - An 'Urbanite' Story

The story of building a wall in 'urbanite'

Posted about 5 years ago (2 comments)

Strategies for developing a (Mediterranean climate) Permaculture Plant Palette — Part II

Our goal is the development of a palette of plants which can be used to develop permaculture systems which are sensitive to the climates they are in. In the last post we looked at developing the scope of our palette. In this post we will look at ways to l

Posted over 5 years ago (0 comments)

Plants have a Microbial Immune System

It is something that has been “known” or suspected for some time but it is wonderful to have this kind of hard science to show it. That is, that plants cooperate with bacteria (and other microbes!) for their protection and the microbes’ sustenance.

Posted over 5 years ago (0 comments)

Perennial Veggies for Mediterranean Climates from the Master of Perennial Vegetables, Eric Toensmeier

Eric Toensmeier is one of my favorite people. He is a self-described plant geek. He has also come up with a list of perennial vegetables for Mediterranean climates. Being from the US, this is most relevant to California, but there are things of interest t

Posted over 5 years ago (0 comments)

Natural Dryland Gardening and the Lessons of Semilla Besada

Very few people have a good understanding of what it takes to develop Permaculture systems (or any agro-ecosystem) in a Mediterranean climate. Someone who did was Aspen Edge of Semilla Besada in Granada, Spain.

Posted over 5 years ago (0 comments)

Paul Wheaton talks to Maddy Harland about Sepp Holzer in Portugal (among other things)

You can hear Paul Wheaton, Sepp’s biggest fan, talking with Maddy Harland of Permculture Magazine UK about Holzer and the amazing work of regenerative permaculture he is undertaking at Tamera by visiting the link below:

Posted over 5 years ago (0 comments)

Fellow Communard Jarrod Exploring Polyculture in Zambia for World Vision Australia

Jarrod McKenna, a member of the community of which I am a part, explores a fish, banana sweet potato polyculture in Zambia.

Posted over 5 years ago (0 comments)

Household Ecology Database

A study which conducts a serious input-output analysis.

Posted over 5 years ago (2 comments)

Seedballs and Masanobu Fukuoka in Greece — then and now

Seed balls in Greece - 1998 with Fukuoka and later on the Island of Paros.

Posted over 5 years ago (0 comments)

Strategies for developing a (Mediterranean climate) Permaculture Plant Palette — Part I

The first steps towards the development of the palette of plants for a Mediterranean climate.

Posted over 5 years ago (0 comments)
My Badges
Consultant
My Permaculture Qualifications
Verified
Permaculture Design Course
Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course
Verifying teacher: David Coleman
Other Teachers: Claire Coleman
Location: Living Waters, Denmark, Western Australia
Date: Jan 2006
Other course unverified
Certificate III in Permaculture
Type: Other
Verifying teacher: Claire Colman
Other Teachers: Ross Mars, Jodie Lane
Location: Perth, Western Australia
Date: Mar 2009
Other course verified
Certificate IV in Permaculture
Type: Other
Teacher: Ross Mars
Location: Candlelight Farm, Mundaring, Western Australia
Date: Jan 2010
Other course verified
Course Orientation Workshop
Type: Teacher Training
Teacher: Claire Coleman
Location: Landsdale Farm School
Date: Oct 2010
Other course unverified
Advanced Teaching Permaculture Course
Type: Teacher Training
Verifying teacher: Ross Mars
Other Teachers: Claire Coleman, Dave Coleman, Jodie Lane
Location: Landsdale Farm School
Date: Oct 2010
Other course verified
Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
Type: Teacher Training
Verifying teacher: Virginia Soloman
Other Teachers: Robin Clayfield
Location: Sustainable Living Centre, Denmark, Western Australia
Date: Jan 2008
Verified
PDC
Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course
Teacher: Claire Coleman
Location: Denmark
Date: Jan 1998

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