Sunday 4 May Permaculture Open Day at Caroola Farm

Tulips starting to emergeThe Caroola Farm Permaculture Open Day program is taking shape. Come and join us for the day, or a few hours. Entry by gold coin donation. We want to show you our farm, and what is possible even on small acreage in terms of sustainability and production. Come and spend a great day out with other locals and like-minded folk from the area. Our Open Day is to Celebrate International Permaculture Day. We have farm tours, a number of fabulous speakers who have committed their time as well as local community groups and businesses holding stalls. When: Sunday 4 May 2014 10am to 4pm Where: Caroola Farm 9074 Kings Highway, Mulloon (between Bungendore and Braidwood) see Getting Here Program: Farm Tours 10.30am (full), 12.30pm and 2.30pm (register below – these are free) Free talks

  • 10.00am – Wasti Altenburg of Chakula ‘Start Eating a Better Story’
  • 11.00am – Judith Turley and David Watson of Millpost Farm ’30 years of permaculture in the region’
  • 12.00 noon – Peter Hazell of Mulloon Creek Natural Farms ‘Mulloon Watershed Community Rehydration Project’
  • 1.00pm – Bronwyn Richards of Wynlen House Braidwood ‘Small Animal and Garden Systems’
  • 2.00pm – Jennie Curtis of Fresh Landscape Design ‘Landscape Design and Permaculture’
  • 3.00pm – Dan Harris-Pascal of Permaculture eXchange ‘Food and Farm Forestry’

Local businesses and community organisations attending include:

  • FuturePLANS
  • Permaculture eXchange
  • Southern Harvest
  • Fiona McNeill – Native Produce
  • Bees R Us
  • Wynlen House
  • Chakula
  • Millpost Farm

Get involved, showcase your business or community organisation or simply volunteer to help out – email

Register for your Farm Tour here It’s free, we just need an idea of numbers ;-)):

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