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Permaculture SA in times of Covid-19

Permaculture SA will continue to provide online activities over the next few months to offer engagement opportunities, share skills & knowledge, and continue building community resilience. Stay tuned or get in touch sooner if you have an idea for activities too.

22 July

Climate Actions Workshops

  • Wed, 22 July and 29 July 2020
  •  7:00 PM – 9:00 PM ACST
  • Online Event
  • $5 – $10

About this Event:

It’s time to act

Start today by choosing actions that inspire you.

Make changes in your own households and communities inspired by 52 Climate Actions. In these sessions you will:

  • Identify climate actions you can take
  • Learn how to get going
  • See how your actions fit into the big picture of collective change
  • Create a network of like-minded individuals, households and families.

Two interactive online sessions

Join Keri Chiveralls and Lachlan McKenzie for two 2 hour sessions, over two weeks. The sessions will be highly interactive with multiple break-out group sessions for conversations with other participants and a tea break.

  • Session #1: Individual and household actions: Wednesday 22 July, 7 – 9:00 pm
  • Session #2: Community actions: Wednesday 29 July, 7 – 9:00 pm

Keri and Lachlan are part of the global team that developed the 52 Climate Actions resource and have extensive permaculture and facilitation experience. You will be sent some simple charts to fill out before the first session. These will help identify your current footprint and situation and help the facilitators to tailor the workshop. You will also receive climate adaptation resources created by the Australian Red Cross and the Climate Ready Champions community.


Brought to you by the Adelaide Sustainability Centre, Green Adelaide, Permaculture SA and Australian Red Cross.

“Permaculture  is a sustainable design system stressing the harmonious interrelationship of humans, plants, animals and the Earth. The core of permaculture is design and the working relationships and connections between all things” Bill Mollison.


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