07 Apr 12
Fair Share Festival Presenter confirmation
DETAILS OF PRESENTATIONS
Name for Program: Leonie Shanahan
Author of “Eat your garden: Organic gardening for home and school“
Presentation time 10:00 am Sunday 11 March 2012
Presentation length 3 hours
Presentation title Eat your school garden
Description Many schools now have vegetable gardens and this workshop will allow you to explore how these gardens can contribute to the life of the school, be used in the school curriculum and be based on the principles of permaculture
Presenter bio Leonie is the author of “Eat your garden: Organic gardening for home and school“. She has many years experience creating school and home gardens and is now a regular speaker and presenter on edible gardens. She is also an active member Permaculture Noosa.
Special requirements: Please advise of any special requirements (e.g., data projector, room set up)
Please let us know as soon as possible if there are any corrections you would like us to make. Please also send us a photo of yourself for the program and website.
6:30-9:30 pm Friday 9 March
Forum - Closing the Poverty
Gap: Creating a Fair Share for All
In partnership with One Just World Panellists include: Cheryl Kernot (Sydney), Daniel Ben- Ami (London), Doris Puiahi (Solomon Islands)
10:00-5:00 Saturday 10 March
Workshops, speakers, stalls, music, entertainment
Speakers e.g., Dr Shann Turnball (Sydney) Alan (Fox) Rogers (Sunshine Coast), Penny Davies (Carrathool)
Workshops e.g., Community gardens, Frugal living,Permaculture beyond the garden, Urban design for sustainability
Entertainment: Musicians, The Tea Ladies Cabaret
10:00-3:00 Sunday 11 March
Workshops, ideas expo, entertainment
Workshops: Asset Based Community Development; Spirituality and Sustainability; School Gardens, Drama for kids; Blogs and Tumblr’s, Building a 12v sound system with pedal power.
Ideas Expo: Ideas that could change the world
Entertainment: Earthbound, EcoMagician
How can I get involved?
Phone: Graeme 4921 7241 or Liza Pezzano 4960 0325
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer on the day
Help with videos and sound, staffing gates and stalls, creating art works, setting up (Contact Dee Brooks – 4921 6845 email@example.com)
Join Slum Survivor
(An initiative of TEAR Australia)
Build and live in your own house built from discarded materials, eat simple food, face restrictions in what you can bring and compete in challenges that simulate aspects of slum life.
(Contact Bronwyn Grieve - 4967 6434 firstname.lastname@example.org)
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