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Impressions from the hui

I thought it was a big ask when Christchurch permaculturalists put their hand up to run the hui this year. Finding a suitable venue and dealing with all the various needs of a hui, in a city still recovering from earthquake damage, sounded like an ambitious task. As it turned out, it was one that the organisers proved themselves well equal to....

Update from the Chair

Well, the election is over and we can all go back to what we were doing. The nature of the Government remains largely unchanged and the issues that the permaculture movement faces remain pretty much the same. The ten year strategy that we are developing is all about helping us keep a clear direction....

Successful Taranaki Regional Hui

Around forty local permies (and almost twenty children!) turned up to Okurutua Marae at Oakura for a weekend of connecting and sharing.
Run entirely as Open Space, topics covered included building strong community, making biochar in a woodburner, growing mushrooms in a cardboard box and edible seaweeds. There were off-site visits to a local permaculture property and to the ancient Koru Pa site.
It was resolved that regional gatherings should happen several times a year (probably quarterly), and at a variety of venues around the region, although the marae worked really well.

2014 PERMACULTURE IN NEW ZEALAND HUI – Heal, Connect, Protect

The questions asked at conference make apparent the particular audience attending and the answers demonstrate the depth of diversity in their consciousness as a whole... so I nodded gratefully when on ANZAC weekend I heard the question, “What's your favourite shape?” (tessellating matrices of an apple core – tennis ball like... for future reference).

2014 PERMACULTURE IN NEW ZEALAND HUI – Heal, Connect, Protect

The questions asked at conference make apparent the particular audience attending and the answers demonstrate the depth of diversity in their consciousness as a whole... so I nodded gratefully when on ANZAC weekend I heard the question, “What's your favourite shape?” (tessellating matrices of an apple core – tennis ball like... for future reference).

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