Hannah Moloney works towards restoring social, cultural and environmental balance. She teaches and designs permaculture - advocating for change from the ground. She has over 15 years of hands-on experience in urban agriculture, small-scale farming, permaculture and community development – all towards building climate resilience.
Her new book The Good Life: How To Grow A Better World is releasing on August 31st! And it will bring a positive heartbeat to any home.
In 2015 Hannah was awarded the Tasmanian ‘Young Landcare Leader Award’ for her work with Good Life Permaculture and co-establishing Hobart City Farm. In 2018, she took part in the Tasmanian Leader’s Program and in 2019 started appearing as a guest presenter with Gardening Australia on ABC TV and was featured in the Women Of The Island project. And to top it off she designs Organic, educational tea towels – supporting you to learn useful stuff while you dry the dishes. And these include lessons on goats, compost, sauerkraut, homebrew and flowers for bees, truly awesome stuff.
Links for Hannah Moloney and Good Life Permaculture
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