Designing with Microclimates for Maximum Diversity
Annaliese Hordern is an inspiring, passionate Permaculture educator and gardener. Residing in Northern NSW, Annaliese has lived amongst numerous communities globally, many off the grid, contributing to edible gardens, food forests, wildlife corridors, building structures, composting toilets, water harvesting and eco-village development.
Annaliese has a degree in Environmental Resource Management, specialising in waste management and human impact on wild spaces. She has a commitment to progressive activated adult education, evolving a dynamic, interactive and inclusive teaching style, fostered by some of the great Permaculture pioneers: Rosemary Morrow, Robyn Francis, Robyn Clayfield, Robina McCurdy and Geoff Lawton.
Currently Annaliese is tutoring at Djanbung Permaculture College, teaching PDC’s with Robyn Francis and facilitating workshops for community participation in Eco themes and local food security.
Annaliese is a visionary earth steward member of Gaiacraft, facilitating global Permaculture outreach and creating interactive teaching resources.