Date(s) - 18/10/2016
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Event Central, City Library
Join permaculture design course students for a screening of Inhabit: A Permaculture Movie. “Permaculture” is an eco-design lens that uses principles found in ecosystems to help shift our impact from destructive to regenerative. Inhabit explores current environmental issues and permaculture-based solutions. For example, watch people use the land productively while conserving water, improving water quality, and restoring watersheds through urban rooftop gardens, suburban rain gardens, and income-generating farms. The 92-minute movie features about ten different permaculture design applications.
Additional applications of permaculture design will be on display: posters from recent graduates of RECAP’s permaculture design certificate course (see http://recap.org.nz/pdc). From home gardens, to social projects, to community gardens and orchards, many of these displays will show permaculture applications that are being put into place in our home region. Come look and listen as these graduates share their projects.