For all general inquiries, contact Emily via email email@example.com
You can click on the pins on the map below for more details of each group.
North Eastern Suburbs
A relatively new group with a focus on working bees at each other’s gardens. Contact Larisa: firstname.lastname@example.org
Eastern Suburbs Permies (aka the ESP group)
Contact: Kevin 8363 1959.
Email: Margaret RainbowWeb email@example.com
Eyre Peninsula Group
Meeting once a month, check their facebook page for times and places. Contact: Bill Martin on 0433517543 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Grow West (Western Metro area)
Usually meets on a Sunday once a month for a working bee and lunch. We bring food to share and over lunch discuss anything of interest regarding permaculture, resources and whatever else is relevant. Activities can vary but usually include work on a project in the host’s garden, assist in garden design, sometimes have demonstrations and workshops (ie; pruning, wicking beds, etc…). New members welcome.
Adelaide Hills and Foothills Group
Contact: Keri Chiveralls 0401 611 629 or email email@example.com
Facebook page www.facebook.com/groups/1670572176593955/
Who? Anyone interested around Macclesfield, Strathalbyn, Mount Barker…. and beyond.
The Adelaide Hills Climate Supergroup usually meets on the second Monday of the month at Stanley Bridge Tavern Verdun from 7pm for a 7:30 start.
We are currently exploring options to take our normal meeting sessions online via Zoom.
Southern Grazers & Growers (Marion Area)
Contact: Andrew Tidswell, ph: 8278 8327 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Bi-monthly meeting, working bees and permaculture related outings.
Contact: Wendy Rushbrook 0438829523 or email email@example.com
Contact: Cheryl Hawkins-Clarke 8663 2172
Permaculture Mt. Gambier
Contact: Email Claire firstname.lastname@example.org or call Sharn 0407 601 431
“I guess I would know more about permaculture than most people, and I can’t define it.
It’s multi-dimensional – chaos theory was inevitably involved in it from the beginning.”
– Bill Mollison