Tag Archives: Permaculture

The History of the LivingInPeace Project

Off the Top of my Head By Paul Murray In 2002, while working as a journalist for The Daily Yomiuri in Japan, I was actively involved in the international peace movement that was protesting the planned unprovoked invasion of Iraq … Continue reading

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HELP…the “Karamea” Movie Needs You!

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Italian Director Denied Entry to Complete Karamea Doco

  By Aimee van der Weyden Friday Mar 4, 2016 The foreign director of a documentary film about Karamea is unable to return to finish filming because he was deported at Auckland Airport. Marco Gianstefani from Milan, Italy, spent two … Continue reading

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LED Technician Pete Jenkins Lights up Rongolia

Off the Top of my Head By Paul Murray Rongo Backpackers & Gallery in Karamea at the top of the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand has just reduced its lighting power consumption by over 85% by … Continue reading

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PermaBlitz by Elise Burkevics: Ten Days from Jungle to Garden

Photo blog of permaculture garden design at the LivingInPeace Project in Karamea New Zealand by Elise Burkevics. Continue reading

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N.Z. National Permaculture Hui 2015: Let’s Get GROWING!

   NZ National Permaculture Hui 2015 3rd-6th April 2015 (Easter Weekend)   Moving On Basic Regeneration with Permaculture   This year we’re bringing the Hui back to it’s roots with a 4 day immerse experience. The Hui’s focus is Moving … Continue reading

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Artist Almut Prange Rediscovers Her Muse

Off the Top of my Head By Paul Murray       German artist Almut Prange was travelling around New Zealand on holiday and found the experience spoke to her muse. It said, “You must go somewhere quiet and concentrate … Continue reading

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