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Kinship (Kinglake Earthship) - 3 hour tour + biotecture overview + Q & A

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19 Ward Street

Kinglake, VIC 3763

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Saturday afternoon Earthship Tour and Q & A. Enjoy Kinglake Cafes or Kinglake Pub for lunch. Tour begins at 1pm and includes afternoon tea.

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This 3 hour tour beginning at 1:00pm includes an introduction to The Pyrocene and an overview of Biotecture and Permaculture Design Principles and a demonstration of the Principles in Action informing Disaster-Resistant and Regenerative Human Shelters and Productive Landscapes and Lifestyles and Resilient Communities. Tour includes detailed site inspection of a Global-Model Earthship-inspired new dwelling and the biotecture retrofit of a pre-existing solar-passive mud-brick house and extended Q & A including suggestions and advice regarding securing Building, Planning and Environmental Health approvals.

'Kinship' the Kinglake Earthship - Renew - Sustainable House Day Tour 2020

This passive solar building is constructed from secondhand and upcycled materials and stands as a positive legacy from the tragedy of Black Saturday. When complete, the home will be completely off the grid, as well as being fire and flood resistant. Almost 200 community members have contributed to the project in some way.

https://sustainablehouseday.com/listing/kinship-kinglake-earthship/

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19 Ward Street

Kinglake, VIC 3763

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Organiser Daryl Taylor

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Daryl is the co-facilitator of 'Facing Fire (linking fire-ecology communities globally) and Founder of Biocultural Futures and Adaptive Dynamics. He co-hosted the first Diploma of Biotecture training course at The State Library of Victoria. He is a graduate of the Regenesis Regenerative Design and Development program and holds a Permaculture Design Certificate. Daryl has been active in public health, mental health, community development, environmental sustainability, emergency management, ecological resilience, climate disruption preparedness and critical futures studies work since the late 1980s. From 2009 to 2014 he served as an elected member of the Kinglake Ranges Community Resilience and Recovery Committee and on the Victorian Department of Sustainability and Environment's Bushfire Management Advisory Committee and Emergency Management Victoria's Gender and Disaster Taskforce. In 2015 he was creator and convenor of Regenerating ... People, Place, Prosperity and Preparedness (a two day conference) and is the co-author (with Dr Helen Goodman) of 'Place-Based and Community-Led: Specific Disaster Preparedness and Generalisable Community Resilience'. Daryl has conducted two day workshops on Disaster Resilient and Regenerative Landscapes and Communities with Permaculture Co-originator, David Holmgren.

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