Get ready for a challenging July keynote presentation. Not to be missed! Come to the screening of one of permaculture?s best and most acclaimed documentary movies, "The Garden at the end of the World"
Right after the screening, the film?s director Gary Caganoff has kindly offered to discuss this landmark permaculture movie. Given the impact this film can have we will appreciate the director talking us through his work.
The movie screens for 50 minutes followed by discussion. Initially I thought screening Gary?s film provided something completely different from June?s presentation "Outdoor Classrooms" by Janet Millington. As I became more familiar with Garden at the End of the World I realize this work has an important message that connects to and massively
reinforces Janet?s "Outdoor Classrooms" especially with respect to food security. The Garden at the End of the World came out in 2003. Gary journeyed to Afghanistan with his landlady, friend and documentary subject, world renowned permaculturalist Rosemary Morrow. The filming of this documentary has had deep and profound effects on them both.Lindfield Google Map
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