Permaculture: A Quiet Revolution (film)
As corporate media fails to provide accurate news of the world's dire environmental predicament, the Earth sends a clear message in the form of record-breaking natural disasters, famine and epidemics.
This timely documentary offers practical steps on how to 'permaculturize' our lives. It invites viewers into a permaculture community that spans the globe. Most importantly, it gives the critical inspiration needed to turn our backs on that which is failing us, and to create a sustainable future of our own making.
Ian Lillington: Author & Permaculture teacher
Author of The Holistic Life – a Beginners’ Guide to Permaculture and urban focused Permaculture teacher from SE Australia will come and talk about his involvement in the Alexander Sustainability Group, the Growing Abundance permaculture project and his recent visit to Permaculture projects in Hong Kong.
Ian's permaculture story is told in a chapter in the new book "Permaculture Pioneers".
Tom Moggach: horticultural trainer, primary teacher, food journalist and author of The Urban Kitchen Gardener: Growing and Cooking in the City.
As a gardener, he runs City Leaf, a company training people how to grow food in the urban environment. He works with Capital Growth and other community groups, charities and councils, and specialises in outdoor learning in schools. As a food journalist, he has written for The Guardian, Telepgraph, Financial Times and reported for BBC radio..
Click here for his article in the Permaculture Magazine
London's popular regular permaculture event - feature length and short films on subjects from the whole permaculture spectrum of interests, accompanied by talks from people involved in local and national projects. All night bar and delicious locally sourced food will be served by Alia for £5 a plate.
Next month - September 4th - Theme: The wonders of Soil