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Teaching truly sustainable practices to affect world change

The Permaculture Research Institute Sunshine Coast Inc. was founded to educate and train people in Permaculture, Sustainability and Self Reliance and to promote permanent sustainable practices.
It adheres to the 3 Permaculture Ethics of Earth Care, People Care and Fair Share.
As such it provides education and training in Permaculture, Sustainability & Self Reliance and advisory services for sustainable environmental development (Earth Care). It also promotes Music & the Arts and community (People Care).
It aims to provide scholarships and free services (Fair Share) by raising money through running courses, training, workshops and events and other fundraising activities. In turn these activities raise awareness in participants of the lack of sustainable practices, thus encouraging more Earth Care, People Care and Fair Share.
PRI-SC also provides a learning space and demonstration site for people to learn these skills at the Kendall Permaculture Farm in the Noosa Hinterland on the Sunshine Coast in Australia.

Services offered

Permaculture Design Certificate courses
Music Workshops
Permaculture & Music events
Permaculture, environmental and sustainability advisory service for individuals, organisations and governments
Implementation advice and planning
Ongoing project advice

Financial assistance may be available by application
All paid for services will go towards the running expenses of the Not For Profit and assisting people and projects in need.

Objectives:

To educate people in Permaculture, Sustainability and Self Reliance
To adhere to and teach the Permaculture ethics of Earth Care, People Care and Fair (Surplus) Share
To provide scholarships when possible for disadvantaged people or projects in need, if proven they genuinely want to pursue Permaculture and Sustainable Practices to make a difference on the planet and in their community.
To provide a space where people can see Permaculture, Sustainability and Self Reliance in action.
To educate people in music & the arts, and to promote community music as part of the People Care Ethic.