Permaculture and Natural Building of Thailand

Wednesday, August 21, 2013 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Permaculture and Natural Building of Thailand

Wednesday, August 21, 2013, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm (Note return to our regular time)

 House + Earth, 1214 West 6th Street, Austin, Texas, Suite 120, 78703 (map) (Note slightly different address. H+E has moved to the eastern side of the retail center. Turn right one driveway sooner than previously – Before the big Julian Gold sign.)

Guest presenter: Theron Beaudreau, Eco-Pioneers, Certified Permaculturist


TheronsNaturalBuildingThailandTheron has spent nearly a year in Thailand working on Permaculture development throughout the region. A founding manager of Rak Tamachat (“love/conserve nature” in Thai) Permaculture, Theron help to build bridges between cultural divides and learn and share knowledge of natural systems.

After nearly two years abroad (Hawaii, Australia, Thailand and India), Theron is very excited to share his experiences in natural building and permaculture design with his community back home. Many of the slides, videos and stories will be shared for the first time ever at this presentation. We hope to see you there!

Theron studied and practiced Permaculture in Central Texas for over 5 years before traveling to Australia to learn from world experts. Theron is certified by the Permaculture Research Institute of Australia in Permaculture Teacher Training, International Aid Work, Urban Design, Earthworks and Soil Biology and has a wealth of experience in many climates and environments from around the world.

DBL is a volunteer-run educational organization providing valuable information, and optional donations at the door are always appreciated.  No RSVP required. For more details, email us via “Contact Us” or call Scott Clay at 512-689-1149.


Posted by Permie Taelor on Fri, 08/16/2013 - 2:36pm

Event Location

House and Earth
1214 West 6th Street
Austin, TX 78703
United States

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