[permaculture] Permaculture in SE Asia

wenshidi at yahoo.co.uk wenshidi at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Jan 10 20:38:16 EST 2012


Dear Felicity,

Please count me in too.
I would be happy to spread the word to my contacts in Thailand and Southern China and hopefully I can find a few new ones over in Burma.
Do you know of any permaculturalists over there?

Chris

--- On Tue, 1/10/12, Felicity Wright <flickwright at ozemail.com.au> wrote:

> From: Felicity Wright <flickwright at ozemail.com.au>
> Subject: Re: [permaculture] Permaculture in SE Asia
> To: "permaculture" <permaculture at lists.ibiblio.org>
> Date: Tuesday, January 10, 2012, 8:56 PM
>  
> Hello Ute
> Very happy to include anyone with an interest in SE
> Asia. 
> Coincidentally I am currently (voluntarily) coordinating
> the Cambodia
> Community Based Ecotourism Network - CCBEN see www.ccbenorg
>  
> Ecotourism is still in relatively early days in Cambodia
> and have also
> done some work reviewing an ecotourism project - such
> projects face a
> numer of challenges in this country. 
> best wishesflick 
> 
>  
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "permaculture" 
> To:"permaculture" 
> Cc:
> Sent:Tue, 10 Jan 2012 11:38:02 +0000
> Subject:Re: [permaculture] Permaculture in SE Asia
> 
>  Dear Felicity,
>  Even though I'm in Ireland I'm interested as I have
> recently
> established
>  contacts in Central Kalimantan with respect to rainforest
> restoration,
>  eco-tourism and local livelihoods / non-timber forest
> products. I'm
> considering
>  volunteering there some time in the future and have been
> trying to
> learn about
>  agroforestry etc. in SE Asia So if you take this off-line
> please let
> me know.
> 
>  Slán,
>  Ute 
> 
>  Tuesday, January 10, 2012, 1:53:22 AM, you wrote:
> 
>  FW> Hello fellow permies in SE Asia
>  FW> A couple of weeks ago someone in Bangkok posted
> some really
>  FW> interesting information about flood resistant
> species. Sorry,
> forgot
>  FW> your name and I didn't save the posts at the time
> :-(
>  FW> Whilst living in Phnom Penh I have been linking up
> with people
>  FW> interested in/practicising permaculture in
> Cambodia. Rico Zooks
> is
>  FW> currently visiting and doing a PDC in Sihanoukville
> this month
> and has
>  FW> recently visited Hariharalaya Meditation Retreat
> near Siem Reap
> where
>  FW> they are establishing a garden. Chris Bradley and
> Jessica Villani
> are
>  FW> spending six months at Hariharalaya setting things
> up. Rowe
> Morrow
>  FW> did some work in Prey Veng a few years back (but
> have not been
> able to
>  FW> make contact with her to discuss her work here).The
> guy who heads
> up
>  FW> my organisation has a PDC and is now working on a
> heritage
> livelihoods
>  FW> project in Angkor Park World Heritage Area (around
> Angkor Wat and
>  FW> other temples) - where villagers are looking at
> heritage
> vegetables
>  FW> etc for their gardens for self-sufficiency and
> product. Another
> woman
>  FW> Jessica Roberts is living in PP and keen to make a
> garden. A few
>  FW> months back someone else in the region (Laos) sent
> me an email to
> find
>  FW> out what I knew about PC in Laos (nothing,
> unfortunately). Chris
> was
>  FW> asking me about sourcing seeds and wondering
> whether it was
> reasonable
>  FW> to bring seeds from Australia - I thought it made
> much more sense
> to
>  FW> source seeds with local provenance and mentioned
> the guy in
> Bangkok. 
>  FW> It seems like a good time to create a SE Asia
> network OR join one
> if
>  FW> it already exists. Does anyone know of one?
>  FW> Am happy to take this discussion off this PC list -
> because as I
>  FW> mentioned recently, I find it frustrating when
> there is lots of
>  FW> chit-chat between people whose bio-regions are
> irrelevant to the
> rest
>  FW> of us or is just vague/generalised comments. Every
> so often I am
>  FW> tempted to unsubscribe and then some gem come
> along... 
>  FW> cheersflick 
> 
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> 77
>  FW> 319 018 skype: flick.wright 
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