Date(s) - 16/08/2016
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Guest Speaker: Gillian Kozicki
Permaculture is a lifestyle choice – a way of thinking, being and designing; of living in harmony with your surroundings in an ecologically sustainable manner. As an approach to life, it is logical, practical and mimics natural systems.
Cultured Artisans focuses within this permaculture journey on the skills for preserving some of the produce from this lifestyle and enhancing their probiotic properties. In the process the byproducts include reducing waste, increasing health benefits and continuing to strengthen a sense of community.
We provide unforgettable experiences using natural abundance to create healthy foods and drinks. We introduce the basic skills to build people’s confidence and knowledge so they can in time, add their individual creativity and flair to each ferment.
Consuming homemade fermented foods is all about starting small and building diversity with time as confidence and experience increases. Along the way we set the stage for resilience, obtaining a yield and reconnecting.
Who is Gillian?
Gillian Kozicki is the passion behind Cultured Artisans, where she has combined her love of home prepared good food and supporting good health. Gillian has spent many hours finding a rhythm that is working for her, her family and the friends she ferments with! Her passion has given rise to her teaching others to empower them to ‘ferment to better health’.
Gillian is an active promoter of the benefits of connecting Lacto-Fermentation and Permaculture. She has been an Australian and International coordinator for International Permaculture Day and has presented at the last two International Permaculture Convergences. Her interest in Permaculture and the health benefits of naturally grown food has led her to her love of Fermenting and its natural application to the Permaculture Ethics and Principles which she applied at her 13 acre (5H) farm in the Lower Hunter Valley.
Gillian is passionate about the benefits, both individually and as a community, which comes from fermenting.
Tuesday, 16th August 2016, 6.30pm for a 7.00pm start
Tuggerah Hall, Anzac Road, Tuggerah, directly opposite Hungry Jacks – within easy walking distance of Tuggerah Railway Station.
Parking is accross the road in the council carpark next to Hungry Jacks . Unofficially we can use the carpark for the Real Estate Agent to the right of the hall as they are usually closed by 6.30 PM . Please do not park in the Pizza Inn carpark on the left hand side .