Permaculture Hastings

29/05/2010

Another source of native trees

Filed under: Uncategorized — gbell12 @ 7:56 pm

Thanks to an ad in the local paper, I recently discovered local resource Chris Scott of the Sustainable Natural Resources Group. He’s a small operation, but sells tube stock and offers advice on revegetation, shade and shelter design, etc.

His species list lists over 65 species available!

He’s in the Taree area. Contact him at 0428 860 639.

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2 Comments »

  1. Thanks for this.
    Was very excited to find your site and links as I was unable to find anyone in our region in the PRI Forums. We are moving up to the macleay region. I will be doing a PDC course to assist me in setting up our new property so keen to know of any recommendations on courses or groups.

    Comment by sbreedon — 07/07/2010 @ 9:08 pm

  2. Delighted to hear someone’s finding some value in what I’ve put together here! A few more like you and I’ll start putting effort into the content rather than just using it as a placeholder/honeypot.

    Don’t be afraid to travel for your PDC to get the best instruction. Experts are few and far still. Geoff Lawton’s PDC in The Channon should of course rank near the top of your list. Check out courses run at Milkwood Permaculture, or Rainbow Valley Farm (in NZ).

    Darren Doherty is a renowned broadscale and arboriculture expert, so catch him contributing to a PDC if that’s in your area of interest.

    Cheers,
    Greg

    Comment by gbell12 — 09/07/2010 @ 11:52 am


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