Learn about Sustainable Permaculture Practices in Bali

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Permaculture workshop activity topics will vary from week to week depending on the permaculture subject being studied at the Island Sustainability Education Centre. The workshops will begin with an introduction to ROLE Foundation and the concept of permaculture practices.

What you need to bring

Hat, Sun cream, mosquito repentant, and willingness to get your hands dirty!

Meet your host :
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I'm Liza from ROLE Foundation,

Originally from the east coast of Australia, I spent the past 3 years living in Indonesia spending the majority of my time on the island of Nusa Penida. I have a Masters in International Business, and Bachelor degree in Asian Studies / International Relations with a major in Indonesian language. With experience in hospitality, tourism, health-care administration, and tertiary level public-sector research as well as remote community program development in Indonesia and Solomon Islands, I'm inspired by community-conscious conservation and ethical business development as sustainable solutions to today's global issues.

Role Foundation is a 100% non-profit Indonesian Foundation (yayasan). Since establishment in 2007 Rivers, Oceans, Lands and Education (ROLE) Foundation has taught Women’s Skills Education, Sustainability Education and Managed Eco-
Assistance Projects in Bali, Indonesia to alleviate poverty and create a sustainable future for all.
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  • Marcin Marcin

    What a great idea and lovely people behind it! Bali is developing rapidly, and that creates a lot of dangers for the environment. Educating people about it, especially in these conditions, has proven to be very difficult. But those passionate people at ROLE Foundation found the way - and they manage to even do it without putting too much pressure on local people. It was amazing to see thier village and it showed me it's worth any support!