An introductory course in permaculture, usually over a weekend.
Tin Bath House is a LAND centre at Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK. Situated in the beautiful Cotswold hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Set on the oldest and largest allotment site in the UK, the home of Ecoworks Community Garden.
Set on the oldest and largest allotments site in the UK
Hockerton Housing project comprises of several earth sheltered eco houses in rural Nottinghamshire.
An Caora Dubh [Pron: “An-Keera-Duv”, The Black Sheep] is a working sheep farm nestled in the Derryveagh Mountains in central Donegal, Ireland. The enterprise aims to build upon traditional farming practices and create a bio-diverse and productive system by working with nature rather than against it.
Deep in the mountains between Alora and CÁRTAMA, 40 minutes north of Malaga.
Airton Barn is attached to the historic Airton Friends Meeting House in the south-western corner of the Yorkshire Dales. An attractive and tranquil setting, the Barn is host to courses, workshops and social events as well as providing simple overnight accommodation to visitors.
Participants in the course might wish to make a weekend of it by staying overnight before or after the course. Further details about accommodation are on Airton Barn's website, listed here.