Permaculture for Disaster Risk Reduction

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Permaculture for Disaster Risk Reduction

Sunday 12 November
Free event
Former Katoomba Golf Clubhouse
Acacia St Katoomba

Permaculture is about system thinking and design. In this one day workshop we’ll focus on how the ethics and principles of permaculture, and its design strategies, can help us prepare as individuals and communities for the coming El Nino summer and potential future disasters.

In this hands-on workshop led by leading Permaculture Educator Rowe Morrow, Ecologist Dr Amelie Vanderstock, and Lis Bastian, Senior Lead Blue Mountains Planetary Health Initiative, you’ll be introduced to the many practical steps you can take to reduce the risk of future disasters.

Places are limited so registration essential here

Contact Lis for more information on 0407 437 553 or email

This workshop has been made possible as part of a Bioregional Collaboration for Planetary Health and is supported by the Disaster Risk Reduction Fund (DRRF). The DRRF is jointly funded by the Australian and New South Wales governments.