Busy Start To The Festive Season...

I'm sure many of you can relate with me when I say "that the crossover into December (and therefore start of the festive season) has definately gone off with a bang!"  We held the second 'Eco Planning Your Property' workshop at our demonstration property on Saturday 24th, which was a great success with lots of fantastic feedback...

 

"Great info from experienced and well trained hosts"

"Friendly, experienced & Informational.  A great introduction and potential money saver"

"Good overview of a range of relevant areas.  Approachable, friendly and well researched"

"lots of info in a short time" "I loved your property layout"

"Inspiring, informative, logical (it all made sense)'

 

(The feedback was so positive and there's been so many requests, we are already looking to follow up with more workshops in the new year - with more detail on specific areas that people haved showed interest).

 

The following week saw me overseeing work onsite for one of our clients urban property in Blagdon - removing lots of non-productive trees and plants to make way for what will over the next few years become an edible landscape paradise!  And by the end of the week, I  travelled down to Wellington to take the brief for a client there and then back again to New Plymouth in time to do a presentation to the NZ Institute of Architects.

 

Now it's back into some client work and finding time somewhere to do my part in helping with organization for next years National Permaculture Hui here in Taranaki...  I have my name down to do a presentation, although not to let the cat out of the bag - but I don't know if there will still be room as the speaker line up is stacking up to be super exciting!!!  

 

The hui is running over the thee days of Taranaki weekend 9-11Mar 2013.  Along with the hui, planned pre/post events and WOMAD one week later - its gonna be a crazy fantastic week

 

Check out the website for further info and earlybird bookings www.permculture.org.nz final details of speakers and pre/post events will be being confirmed over the coming weeks...

 

Edible Landscape plan for transformation of urban clients property in Blagdon, New Plymouth.

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