Tanya Babaeff

Walyalup/Fremantle, Western Australia,

A few years ago we bought a run-down, 1895 heritage-listed wooden worker”s cottage and bringing it back to life has been an amazing ride and much bigger job than we imagined. This PWG permaculture course has been invaluable to me and integral to helping us better see and understand the way we can live on the site. I have felt so inspired learning about zones, patterns, and sectors. It”s really made me reflect more deeply on actions we can take in relation to closing-the-loop on water, energy and waste. I felt excited to discover that community and human relations is a big part of permaculture, and learning more about decolonising was a real gift. I look forward to sharing my learnings with people in my life. I feel very grateful for finding Heather’s course and having Lucie as my mentor. Thank you both!

My urban homestead. Permaculture Womens Guild - Design Certificate presentation

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