Bamboo Basics

Want to be involved in the basics of bamboo? Come along, get your hands dirty and learn some new skills. Held at the Mullumbimby Community Garden, the course covers the basics of how to grow, use and maintain bamboo, harvest poles and do basic joints, splitting and weaving. Be a part of a team in this hands on workshop building bamboo structures and trellis at the garden.

Mondays and Tuesdays, 18th June – 21st August 2018
9am – 3:30pm
Mullumbimby Community Gardens

For more info or to enrol head to https://www.byroncollege.org.au/course/BambooBuilding2

Community Design and Permaculture

Learn about social permaculture design, supporting humans to be effective and thrive together. Explore ideas around collaborative governance and decision-making, social enterprise, localised community living, integrated permaculture lifestyles. Topics covered include: collaborative governance and decision-making, holistic goal setting, group ecology, social enterprise, localised community living, deep ecology and globalisation verse localisation.

Saturday 19th May, 9am – 5pm
Byron College, Mullumbimby Campus
Full Fee $99.00 Concession $89.00

For more information or to enrol head to https://www.byroncollege.org.au/course/PDCCommunityDesign

Animal-Integrated Production Systems

Learn how to incorporate animals into the design of your garden or food production system to increase its overall abundance, simplify management and optimise the health and productivity of your chickens, cows and other animals. This workshop includes a field trip exploring local animal production systems where we can experience successful integrative animal systems that can be implemented at various scales from the backyard to commercial.

Sunday 20th May, 9am – 5pm
Byron College, Mullumbimby Campus
Full Fee $99.00 Concession $89.00

For more information or to enrol head to https://www.byroncollege.org.au/course/PDCAnimalSystems

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