|The Channon, NSW, Australia|
(projects i'm involved in)
The Channon, AU
(projects i'm following)
Since 1995, I have specialized in permaculture education, design, implementation, system establishment, administration and community development.
In 1996, I was happy to be accredited with the Permaculture Community Services Award by the permaculture movement for services in Australia and around the world.
Since 1985, I have undertaken a large number of jobs, consulting, designing, teaching and implementing in over fifty countries around the world. Clients have included private individuals, groups, communities, governments, aid organizations, non-governmental organizations and multinational companies.
In October 1997, Bill Mollison, upon his retirement, asked me to establish and direct a new Permaculture Research Institute of Australia (PRI Australia) on the 147-acre (0.59 km2) Tagari Farm. The site was developed over a period of three years and I established The Permaculture Research Institute as a global networking centre for permaculture projects. The institute is a non-profit company limited by guarantee. It is currently located at Zaytuna Farm at The Channon in Northern NSW, Australia where I am currently the managing director.
PRI Australia won the Humanitarian Water & Food Award for 2010 for their initiative “Greening the Desert“.
My aim is to establish self-replicating educational demonstration sites.
I established the Permaculture Research Institute and the www.permaculturenews.org website to network mainframe information worldwide.
My once a year Online Permaculture Design Course is now OPEN! You can start watching the first week's course immediately. THANKS to everyone for the amazing support.
Does history repeat itself?
We have created a new series of free videos designed to inspire you over this Christmas and New Year period.
I've been staggered by the reaction to my latest video I put up on the weekend. Check out the trailer on youtube. Over 500 comments with most people telling me its my best video yet.
We're rolling out a series of free videos.
'How to Survive the Coming Crises' is a free 34-minute video that looks at:
|Permaculture Design Course|
|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course|
|Teacher: Bill Mollison|
|Location: Stanley, Tasmania|
|Date: Sep 1983|
|1 PDC Graduates (list)|
|751 PRI PDC Graduates (list)|
|5239 Other Course Graduates (list)|
|have acknowledged being taught by Geoff Lawton|
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