An introductory course in permaculture, usually over a weekend.

Introduction to Permaculture

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This residential course is over 2 days with camping on-site. 8 miles from Cambridge and 50 miles from north London on a mixed organic farm set in the ‘big-sky’ country at the edge of the Fens.

The Introductory weekend, is a ‘potted’ permaculture course, looking at the foundations of permaculture and learning about some of the practical tools it offers. The weekend course can be considered a 'stand alone' introduction to Permacult...ure ethics, principles and design, or else can be a lead-in to the more in depth full 72 hour Permaculture Design Course.

Dates: 
8 July 2011 to 10 July 2011
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19.30 Friday to 17.00 Sunday
Teachers
Graham Burnett
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no
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Introduction to Permaculture

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The day will be led by Lusi Alderslowe and Sally Wilkin.

This one day workshop serves as an introductory session to the 72 hour design course which begins on 27 August and runs for one weekend a month through to January 2012 (last weekend of each month except December)

Dates: 
18 June 2011
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10am to 4pm
Teachers
Lusi Alderslowe and Sally Wilkin
Cost: 
£30
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Address: 
Kilmartin House Museum
Telephone number: 
01546 510278

WEA Introduction to Permaculture weekend

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'Introduction to Permaculture is an inspiring course that explores the concept of turning problems into solutions, improving our lives at the same time as improving the environment.
Open to anyone who is interested in living and working in a harmonious way with the people and environment around us.

Dates: 
9 July 2011 to 10 July 2011
Cost: 
£36.00 or free*
Contact Details: 
Contact name: 
Elaine Bennet
Telephone number: 
07795 976 394

Introduction to Permaculture Weekend

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A two day exploration of the principles and practice of Permaculture. The course includes workshops, discussions, slide shows, talks, practical actitities and observational walks. An informal and relaxed learning experience.
Information, ideas and inspiration towards sustainable growing and living.

Dates: 
14 May 2011 to 15 May 2011
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9.30 to 5pm both days
Teachers
Sarah Pugh
Apprentice Teachers
yes
Cost: 
£75 with some concessions
Contact name: 
Noel
Telephone number: 
01584 877512

Introduction to Permaculture Weekend

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A two day exploration of the principles and practice of Permaculture. The course includes workshops, discussions, slide shows, talks, practical actitities and observational walks. An informal and relaxed learning experience.
Information, ideas and inspiration towards sustainable living and growing and a resilient future.

Part of a new programme of environmental courses at Westley Farm.

Dates: 
18 June 2011 to 19 June 2011
More dates and times information: 
9.30 to 5pm both days
Teachers
Sarah Pugh
Cost: 
£85 with some cons at £55
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Introduction to Permaculture Weekend

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A two day exploration of the principles and practice of Permaculture. Workshops, discussions, talks, slide shows, practical demonstrations and observation walks. Informal, relaxed and participatory.
Includes a tour of this inspiring family-run Permaculture small-holding, specialising in environmental education, eco-camping and food growing. Beautiful gardens, newly planted coppice,animals and wetland waste water system. Camping available.

Dates: 
11 June 2011 to 12 June 2011
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9.30am to 5pm both days
Teachers
Sarah Pugh
Apprentice Teachers
yes
Cost: 
£70 with some concessions at £45
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Telephone number: 
07765 604571

Learn how to turn your vegetable garden into a self-regulating ecosystem

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Do you want to grow delicious food in your garden?

Do you want the garden to also be beautiful, efficient, good for wild life, highly productive and not a lot of work to maintain?

Then this series of workshops is for you!

Over 3 days, Ludwig Appeltans from Earth Ways will be introducing permaculture, forest gardening and organic growing principles. Together we will make a plan to transform your garden into a rich, self-regulating habitat; a natural haven that nurtures and sustains people and wildlife alike.

Dates: 
7 May 2011 to 28 May 2011
More dates and times information: 
Sat May 7, 14 & 28 from 10 AM to 16.30 PM
Teachers
Ludwig Appeltans
Apprentice Teachers
no
Cost: 
£55, £50 for TTF Mem, Part LETS/EKO welcome, Concessions
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