Permablitz # 32
THIS PERMABLITZ IS NOW FULL-registrations are closed!
Location: Welcome Bay, register to find out where
Date: 18 September 10am-3pm
Andrea and Hone are a homesteading family in Welcome Bay, who have a passion for sustainable living and environmental stewardship.
They’ve worked hard over the years as a family to craft a landscape that suits them, and this PermaBlitz is the starting point as they begin a new stage on their property. They’re working hard to re-establish a riparian area of native plants for restoration and traditional rongoa-maori uses. They’re also keen to create a social space for the educational workshops they often host for community events.
This will be a good opportunity to see how permaculture can be applied in a variety of situations; learning about native rongoa-maori plants and uses, riparian restoration, and a permaculture design process in creating outdoor social spaces.
During the course of the day we will be focusing on:
- Traditional rongoa-maori plants and uses
- Riparian restoration
- Permaculture design process
- Creating functional outdoor social spaces
This perma-blitz can accommodate 15 – 20 people.
A main lunch meal will be provided by the host, and if participants are able to contribute a small snack/baking for morning tea that would be much appreciated. Please let us know if you have any allergies or dietary requirements.
What to bring:
-Gardening tools (labelled with your name) – spade or shovel
-Hat and sun protection and wet weather gear
To register, fill out the form below. Your details will be emailed to the hosts who will contact you with further details on how to get there. Thank you!