Anaheke Metua is a Permaculture – Artist. Over the last 15years she has woven together a tapestry of interests and skills in Environmental Education, Cultural Arts and Wholisitic Living. Her training in Permaculture, Horticulture and Organic Farming has given her a foundation on which to live her life. Anaheke values and is guided by Indigenous Cultures committed to passing on their teachings and understanding of the rhythms, cycles and mysteries of our natural world. Whether facilitating the process of Basket Weaving, Organic Gardening, Permaculture, Yoga or Pickling under her tutelage you will witness her weaving a multi-coloured and multi-cultured approach that is guided by time, place and spirit. A seasoned facilitator and presenter and now an exhibiting artist, Anaheke is competent in teaching a range of interdisplinary skills which she has co-ordinated and delivered at events such as The Woodford Folk Festival, The Planting, The Dreaming, Floating Lands, Lines in the Sand, Island Vibe and many more. Currently she works passionately both as a Contemporary Fibre Artist and as the School Garden Teacher at Brunswick Heads Primary School offering Permaculture and Organic Gardening to the next generation.