Permaculture is often defined a 'Permanent Culture'. If we are designing a culture for permanence then we need to factor in the need for our own reproduction. This includes our ability to set limits on our population growth, and how to grow healthy mothers and babies. We have become used to ways of reproductive health that have been made possible because of cheap fossil fuels. With the approach of peak oil, how are we going to plan new ways of living to ensure the health and wellbeing of our future generations?
Kirsten Small is a local obstetrician who has been asking herself these questions, and tonight will share her thoughts on some of the answers.
Elisabeth has been fermenting her own food for nearly twenty years; and is there anything that she hasn’t tried to ferment?
Elisabeth will be talking about the advantages of fermented foods in the diet and how to go about making some for yourself. There will be a demonstration of how to make sauerkraut as well as plenty of other foods available for taste testing.
Permaculture Noosa meetings are FREE and open to the public. Beginning at 7pm with a Marketplace (where members sell their produce or homemade products), the guest speakers start at 7.30pm and supper (gold coin donation) will be served at 9pm. For further information phone Judith on 5471 1982.
DR. KIRSTEN SMALL talking on “Peak Oil, Parturition and Permaculture”
at Memorial Hall, Maple St, Cooroy (Next to RSL)
Thursday, 16 August, 2012
Memorial Hall, Cooroy
All Sunshine Coast events, gigs, functions etc... onsite are correct as per information provided at time of uploading, please always verify times or dates directly with the venues to avoid disappointment.
This property has been added to your save list now.