|Maitland, NSW, Australia|
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Kate grew up in Newcastle, studied in the Northern Territory, and 15yrs ago moved to a farm in the Hunter Valley to raise her family.With a passion to feed her family with good nutritious food, to reduce their impact on the environment and to develop the farm using sustainable practices Kate turned to Permaculture and now along with providing food for her family, WWOOFers and course participants the farm also supports local families through a Community Supported Agriculture.
Kate is a teacher working for over 15 yrs in Early Education and more recently 6yrs, in the area of Special Ed at the local Steiner School.Her desire to teach has moved to the area of sustainable living. Kate and her partner Mark are both committed to passing on their knowledge and experience through PDC's, workshops in living simply and education in Biodynamics.
All courses are run at their farm in the Hunter Valley.
20 families are now receiving food through our Community Supported Agriculture.
Once upon a time, not so very long ago, it was the norm to preserve the harvest.
Respect for others and a reverence towards all living things, initiative for creative action and an inquiring mind to world events are qualities that Linuwel Steiner School aim to develop in the growing child.
|Dungog Community Garden|
|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course|
|Verifying teacher: Mark Brown|
|Other Teachers: Faith Thomas|
|Location: Dungog Australia|
|Date: Aug 2004|
|Type: Teacher Training|
|Teacher: Geoff Lawton|
|Location: PRI Zaytuna|
|Date: Oct 2010|
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