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Rob Bartrum left a comment for Steve Rickerby
"Hi, I started in the Manawatu with this page =) and now we've branched out across NZ via facebook! Can you help by liking your regions page?https://www.facebook.com/pages/Permaculture-Manawatu/263580473655233?sk=app_106171216118819ABOUT…"
Jan 5, 2012
Steve Rickerby commented on Pete Russell's blog post The BIG BOX Lands
"Hey guys, looks awesome! Please let me know if you need more people to help with deliveries. I come by Surrey cres most days on way home.. Would be good to maximise the use of the GreenWork Carbon Neutral utes! steve@greenwork.co.nz"
Nov 2, 2010
Steve Rickerby commented on Emily Harris's group City Rooftop Food Gardens
"Hey Emily, hows things? Ive been speaking to a few landscapers about lining macrocarpa retaining walls with plastic/foam to protect them... Actually, it sounds like the lining encourages moisture to sweat on the timber which can actually speed the…"
Oct 21, 2010
Steve Rickerby left a comment for Amy deRuiter
"Hahahaha... Money..."
Jul 21, 2010
Steve Rickerby commented on Pete Russell's blog post What's in the Box?
"hehe."
Jul 21, 2010
Steve Rickerby and Amy deRuiter are now friends
Jul 21, 2010
Steve Rickerby commented on Pete Russell's blog post What's in the Box?
"Garden tools for people to share?"
Jul 21, 2010
Steve Rickerby joined Emily Harris's group
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City Rooftop Food Gardens

We want to establish food gardens on the rooftops of inner city buildings so that inner city dwellers can grow their own fresh, healthy produce, form connections with their neighbours, and make a positive contribution to the urban environment.
May 13, 2010
Steve Rickerby and Emily Harris are now friends
May 13, 2010
Steve Rickerby and Crystal's Garden are now friends
Jul 27, 2009
Steve Rickerby was featured
Jun 23, 2009
Pete Russell left a comment for Steve Rickerby
"Hey Steve. Great to see you on here."
Jun 19, 2009
Steve Rickerby is now a member of Ooooby
Jun 18, 2009

Profile Information

Suburb
Bucklame
Food Growing Skill Level
Beginner
Experience and Qualifications
Permaculture Design Certificate
I am interested in...
Swapping Food, Community Gardens, Learning, Preserving, Helping Others, WWOOFA Working, Seed Savers
Tell us about your garden and what you're growing
A moustache.

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At 11:13pm on January 5, 2012, Rob Bartrum said…

Hi, I started in the Manawatu with this page =) and now we've branched out across NZ via facebook! Can you help by liking your regions page?

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Permaculture-Manawatu/263580473655233?sk=app_106171216118819

ABOUT US: 

This is a community group for anyone keen on making themselves more useful, healthier and happier by becoming more knowledgeable, skilled and active in relation to the following goals...

PRIMARY GOAL: To build and maintain co-operative, resourceful and creative families and communities with an inter-generational way of thinking (ie "cradle to cradle" rather than "cradle to grave"); and establishing systems around sustainable, regenerative, prosperous production, management and educational systems.

STABILISE THE ENVIRONMENT: Maintain and create stable "carbon positive" eco-systems and environments with secure watersheds 

HEALTH, HAPPINESS, FUN & PROSPERITY:Restore and enhance yield, prosperity, health and profitability via integrated and regenerative agricultural development, and holistic management. Have fun, keep your mind healthy and active, create beautiful things

BIO-DIVERSITY & BIO-INTEGRITY: Maintain and increase wildlife species, diversity, and increase numbers and stability of populations - bring space to life

IMPROVING WATER & SOIL: Improve water, soil and vegetation resources of towns and cities, and within both industrial and agricultural sectors

NUTRIENT CYCLES: Maintain and restore local, regional and global mineral/nutrient and water cycles 

RIVERS & WATERWAYS: Maintain and restore riverine, riparian and estuary areas

ZERO WASTE: Prevent waste of financial, human and natural resources via reducing consumption, cyclic thinking and zero waste principles

SUSTAINABLE ENERGY: Develop decentralised, sustainable energy production systems 

REAL "TODAYS WORLD" EDUCATION: Propagate and embed "Holistic Management" decision making and Permaculture Design ethics and principles within the education system, and throughout communities and organisations 

DISSEMINATE KNOWLEDGE: To demonstrate, educate, co-operate, enhance awareness and provide value (to family, students, neighbours, clients, community)

At 7:26am on June 19, 2009, Pete Russell said…
Hey Steve. Great to see you on here.
 
 
 

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