Permaculture is a design system for human habitat inspired by and aligned with nature, whilst taking care of and enhancing the diversity of Life.
This weekend is an exploration of these tools and techniques whose time has come.
Come and learn about applying the principles of ecology in all aspects of life and learn to see the world from a systems perspective.
The weekend will cover: Background, principles and ethics of permaculture, observation, key design and planning tools.
Who is it for: This workshop is suitable for people new to permaculture. It is a helpful start to permaculture; can be followed by a full permaculture design course (one starting 1st April near St Austell).
Taught by Klaudia van Gool, who has been teaching permaculture for over 10 years for many hundreds of students, has an environmental science background and love for plants, deep nature connection, and regenerative culture.
Cost £60 for 2 days or £30 Concession.
The course runs 9.30 til 5.00 both days.
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