Alfred Decker’s Merit Diploma for Education and Community Development was awarded for establishing a permaculture website and a teaching team, as well as community outreach from Barcelona. His work is a model for others working from cities.
Tina Lymberis, a Greek woman who’s spent years in Australia, decided to take permaculture to Greek communities. Her Merit Diploma was awarded for pioneering Permaculture Education, Community Development and Media in Greece.
Traditional House – still occupied In August 2016 Rowe Morrow led a workshop on Bioregionalism in northern Italy. Here she brings that experience to life:
Video: Tide of Change by Aimie Batalibasi (view at https://vimeo.com/11588800 ) In February 2015, a crowdfunding campaign to create Permaculture Teacher Training Resources based on Rowe Morrow’s teacher training courses, successfully raised US$20,426 dollars (more than US$5,000 over… Read More
From Australian Geographic 2008:The 140-m high Gordon Dam in Tasmania (Photo: Matthew Newton) The Federal Agriculture Minister recently released a green paper on agricultural competitiveness which listed 27 dams and irrigation projects across the country that could… Read More
The Blue Mountains Permaculture Institute has graduates world wide. Students have graduated from Permaculture Design Courses, Teacher Training Courses, Permaculture in Precarious Places Courses, and have received Merit-based Permaculture Diplomas.
The Blue Mountains Permaculture Institute is creating a range of resources to support permaculture practitioners, and especially permaculture teachers. After a successful crowdfunding campaign in early 2015, we have produced a new book Permaculture Teaching Matters.