An introductory course in permaculture, usually over a weekend.

Introduction to Permaculture residential weekend

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this weekend introduction to permaculture will include;
sustainable design principles and ethics, organic gardening, community
economics, forest gardening, 'hands on' practical experience and more...

Dates: 
14 May 2010 to 16 May 2010
Teachers
Graham Burnett
Cost: 
£100 - concessions/flexibility available
Contact Name: 
Graham Burnett
Telephone number: 
01702 303259

Turning Anger Into Action - An introduction to inner city Permaculture

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This weekend introduction to permaculture will explore alternatives to lifestyles based on the exploitation of the earth's resources, including
sustainable design principles, permaculture ethics, organic gardening, creating community, 'hands on' practical experience and more with a particular focus on urban solutions.

Dates: 
20 February 2010 to 21 February 2010
More dates and times information: 
09:30 Saturday to 17:00 Sunday
Teachers
Graham Burnett, Zillah Minx and Sid Truelove
Cost: 
£60, concessions available

Introduction to Permaculture, Brighton

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This course will offer information about, and some hands-on experience of, the basics of permaculture design; designing for sustainability in all walks of life. Whether your interest is gardening, farming, planning, building homes, community work, economic regeneration, business or green lifestyles, the application of Permaculture principles empowers you to make a positive contribution towards a sustainable future. The course will enable you to apply permaculture principles in your individual circumstance to help move towards sustainability.

Dates: 
8 May 2010 to 9 May 2010
More dates and times information: 
Both days of the course run 9.30am -5pm
Teachers
Pippa Johns
Cost: 
£60-£165