Thursday, 31 October 2013
Thinking about joining the Spring into Action! Permaculture Design Course but want to test the water first?
Claire White and Graham Burnett will be teaching a 2-day Introduction to Permaculture at Spitalfields City Farm on the weekend of January 25/26 2014.
This amazing course will cover origins, ethics & principles of permaculture and focus on how working with nature is a viable solution to environmental problems. Permaculture uses wholesystems thinking to create productive environments that work with ecology & community. You will take away a rounded understanding of what permaculture is and be able to apply permaculture methods to home, work, garden or community projects. No experience necessary!
The weekend will be a lively, participatory and thought provoking experience with Graham Burnett & Claire White forest gardeners & permaculture teachers. The course will take place in the inspiring setting of Spitalfields City Farm.
For more info & booking contact Claire: email@example.com
Saturday, 26 October 2013
Third in the series of interviews with our course tutors on Shoreditch Radio's 21st Century Permaculture, Claire White on learning from Nature.
Wednesday, 23 October 2013
The second interview with one of our lead tutors, James Piers Taylor this time, taken from Stef Geyer's 21st Century Permaculture show on Shoreditch Radio, James talks about the ethics of permaculture:
Friday, 18 October 2013
Listen to an interview on Shoreditch Radio with one of our lead tutors, Graham Burnett, talking about permaculture, succession and more:
Wednesday, 2 October 2013
Join us in spring 2014 for a permaculture design course in North London, based at LAND learner site the Meadow Orchard Project and visiting a number of other local permaculture sites including London’s oldest forest garden and Food from the Sky, the pioneering edible garden on the roof of a supermarket.
Participants attending the entire course qualify for the Permaculture Design Course certificate awarded by the Permaculture Association (Britain).
Six weekends, fortnightly. 1/2 March; 15/16 March; 29/30 March; 12/13 April; 26/27 April; 10/11 May
£360 - Individual, concessionary rate (unwaged)
£560 - Individual, waged (income less than £25k)
£760 - Individual, waged (income more than £25k)
£760 - Sponsored/organisation rate