We’re very excited to announce that Hannah Moloney will be joining Nick + guests to deliver our Urban Permaculture Design Certificate in Sydney in July!
Hannah is a bombshell, in more ways than one. She’s an urban change-maker, composter, community facilitator, teacher, aid worker, writer and permaculture designer. I mean, the girl set up a bike-powered urban community compost facility. Need I say more?
Part of our aims for our Permaculture Design Certificate program is to engage and support the best teachers we can find who are actively making change in their communities. The ones getting out there and doing it, as we speak.
This time around we’re looking forward to welcoming Hannah, with her considerable experience in designing, cultivating and realising community food growing systems, food exchanges, composting and permaculture, wherever she goes.
“Hannah is successfully working across the spectrum of food security, production and distribution systems. She has the capacity to strategically map and deliver projects, as well as having an amazing engagement factor with those she works with.”
Children are mesmerized by her ability to deliver information in the appropriate package: adults of all ethnic backgrounds are engaged by the honesty, passion and true inner belief in what she is delivering.”
Costa Georgiadis (Host of ABC Gardening Australia)
Hannah is an awesome example of someone who’s chosen to determinedly create a livelihood from permaculture design, facilitation and creating community in a range of city, urban and peri-urban environments.
We can’t wait to get her to Sydney to share her extensive knowledge, and to help others to do the same…
For everyone else, we’ll hopefully do some sort of community event with Hannah while she’s in Sydney for folks to come to and participate in… stay tuned!
Hannah’s recent projects include but are not limited to:
- Cultivating Community
- Action Aid’s Fertile Ground campaign
- Australian City Farm and Community Garden Network