• 21 Mar 2013
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • The Encores Room at Manly Leagues Club, 563 Pittwater Road, Brookvale
Hawaiian elder Lawrence Kalainia Kamani Aki and Kawika Foster will speak on Hawaiian tradHawaii Permacultureitions of living sustainably with the land and on traditional food growing systems, including growing kalo/taro/yam, a staple crop sacred to the indigenous Hawaiians. (Taro can also be grown in our local area.)

Kumu Paʻa Lawrence Kalainia Kamani Aki of Halawa Valley, Molokai - liLawrence Kalainia Kamani Aki and Kawika Fosterneage-holder of 50 generations of traditional Hawaiian teachings from the school or ‘Halau’ named ‘Mana O Kahiko’ (Spirit Power of our Ancestors) will be in Sydney for the first and last time. Kawika Foster is of the 51st generation.

Traditionally this ancient Hawaiian knowledge was transmitted by story, chant and hula. This school of learning is dedicated to preserving and sharing the traditional ancestral teachings of this lineage.  

These teachings are from the island of Molokai, the island from which Bill Mollison drew much inspiration when co-developing the principles of Permaculture in Australia which has since become a global movement.

Places are strictly limited and bookings are essential.

Suggested donation: $5

Organized by Permaculture Northern Beaches local group
Supported by Warringah Council


Raffle 1st prize:
GroWall vertical garden installation (value $250 from Atlantis Corp) and free installation by Sustainability Systems and Services will be raffled on the night. Grow your plants in the smallest of spaces.

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