GET GROWING: The Permaculture Noosa group is keen to attract new members to its supportive environment.
GET GROWING: The Permaculture Noosa group is keen to attract new members to its supportive environment. Jay Cronan

Permaculture Noosa helps grow your plant knowledge

YOU won't get your hands dirty but the seeds of knowledge will be planted at Permaculture Noosa's November meeting on Thursday.

Permaculture Noosa meetings at Cooroy Memorial Hall, next to the RSL, are free and open to the public.

They begin at 7pm with a marketplace where members share their surplus home-grown produce by giving, exchanging or selling it.

The meeting starts at 7.30pm and supper (gold-coin donation) will be served at 9pm.

The meeting's theme is: "Get to know your permaculture community".

Permaculture Noosa has an inspired new committee, which is keen to get to know the permaculture community at large and is inviting members, past members and visitors to head along, meet one another and enjoy a night of new connections.

With the meetings taking an exciting new format, opportunities exist to share ideas, ask questions and interact in a relaxed and less-formal atmosphere.

The permaculture community aims to support one another as members learn, share and connect.

For more information, contact publicity officer Bill Berry at permanews@permaculturenoosa.com.au