Say goodbye to expensive store-bought products to keep your home and family naturally clean. Household and personal hygiene products we will make are river-friendly and good for on-site greywater, septic and natural reedbed treatment systems.
Have fun while you:
• save money
• eliminate harmful chemicals from your home environment
• eliminate plastic waste from packaging of bought products
• reduce pollution to greywater systems or town sewage.
They are easy to make from readily available kitchen ingredients, many of which are edible.
WHEN: Saturday April 13, 2019, 11am-3pm
COST: $85 includes notes, recipes, samples to take home and a delicious lunch catered by Abundance Cafe.
Please let us know in advance if you have any special dietary needs for lunch, such as gluten-free or vegan – email admin or leave a phone message. Lunch will be vegetarian featuring fresh garden and local produce.
REGISTER: pay here online or phone us to reserve your place to pay on Sat morning 10.30am (02) 6689 1755 or 0429 147 138. Pay in full in advance (before March 29) for the Early Bird price.
WHERE: Djanbung Gardens Permaculture, 74 Cecil St, Nimbin
Robyn Francis shares 4 decades experience making her own soaps, cleaning and personal hygiene products. She also commercially produced an artisan range of Karma Care products for Sydney markets in the 1980s before working full-time in permaculture. Robyn is an internationally acclaimed permaculture teacher and designer who “walks the talk” at her property, Djanbung Gardens in Nimbin.