Permablitz Designer’s Guild Session: Permaculture Design as Facilitated Emergence with Dan Palmer
Date(s) - June 8, 2017
Time - 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
This is a third-party event not organised by Permablitz. We've added it because we reckon it looks pretty good!
Location - Multicultural Hub
It’s been a while – but they’re back! The world-famous* totally amazing Permablitz Designer’s Guild Sessions!
As a reminder, these Guild Sessions are designed as a way to gather and share skills, as well as meet the other great people in the Permablitz network. They are hosted at rotating locations across the city.
This time around, we have none other than Dan Palmer – Very Edible Guy, and one of the Permablitz co-founders! Dan’s chosen topic for the evening is: “Permaculture Design as Facilitated Emergence”.
Where my intention would be to hold space for an open, inclusive discussion around what this might mean.
– Dan Palmer (May 24, 2017)
Sounds like a great evening discussing design patterns, systems and holistic management to me… make sure you join us! Please note that we do ask for small donation (gold coins or a fiver if you can) to cover venue costs.
Dan is co-director of Very Edible Gardens – an amazing urban permaculture design service based in Melbourne. He has two Permaculture Design Certificates, a BA and Masters Degree in Social Science, and a PhD in Systems Thinking.
His teachers and mentors include permaculture founders Bill Mollison and David Holmgren, as well as Rick Coleman and Rosemary Morrow, the last of whom he spent seven months teaching and implementing permaculture in Ethiopia and Uganda.
Dan is best known for his thoughtful, Whole Systems approach to Permaculture Design, and his ability to create successful, ethical and effective permaculture businesses. Co-founder of the permablitz movement, Dan contributes regularly to permaculture and organic gardening publications and courses in Australia and New Zealand.
You can also check out his blog Making Permaculture Stronger.
* may not actually be world-famous.