Permaculture Garden Principles Tour

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Evening Permaculture Principles walk around the Abbey Physic Community Garden
A wonderful opportunity to send time in the beautiful community garden exploring Nature's Wisdom through permaculture principles.
For example 'Edge'. I don't think I have ever been in a garden with so much edge with people and Land. There are at least 20 small gardens (I have not counted yet) each bordering on each other. These edges are very interesting to the permaculture eye having the benefits of each garden. There is a sculptural dead hedge on the edge of the new moon garden which creates a beautiful habitat for all sorts of creates as well as a backdrop with moon windows in and out of the adjacent spaces. Of course it was made with waste products from the garden. Waste is an unused resource, another principle. This place is dripping in Permaculture Principles.

This will be a mini introduction to Permaculture for those new to it and a refresher for those already interested. We will include a forage and learn about different techniques.
When: Two Wednesday evenings July 7th and 14th 6.30 to 8pm.
Each week we will deep dive with two permaulture principles exploring Natural Wisdom. We will cover many more.

If for any reason we cannot do this live we will do it online.

With Jo Barker and Helen Smith

Tickets from Brown Paper Tickets: https://abbeyphysicpermaculture.bpt.me

Dates: 
14 July 2021
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This is a second stand alone session Wednesday 14th 6.30 to 8pm 7 July 2021
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Permaculture Garden Principles Tour

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Evening Permaculture Principles walk around the Abbey Physic Community Garden
A wonderful opportunity to send time in the beautiful community garden exploring Nature's Wisdom through permaculture principles.
For example 'Edge'. I don't think I have ever been in a garden with so much edge with people and Land. There are at least 20 small gardens (I have not counted yet) each bordering on each other. These edges are very interesting to the permaculture eye having the benefits of each garden. There is a sculptural dead hedge on the edge of the new moon garden which creates a beautiful habitat for all sorts of creates as well as a backdrop with moon windows in and out of the adjacent spaces. Of course it was made with waste products from the garden. Waste is an unused resource, another principle. This place is dripping in Permaculture Principles.

This will be a mini introduction to Permaculture for those new to it and a refresher for those already interested. We will include a forage and learn about different techniques.
When: Two Wednesday evenings July 7th and 14th 6.30 to 8pm.
Each week we will deep dive with two permaulture principles exploring Natural Wisdom. We will cover many more.

If for any reason we cannot do this live we will do it online.

With Jo Barker and Helen Smith

Tickets from Brown Paper Tickets: https://abbeyphysicpermaculture.bpt.me

Dates: 
7 July 2021
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6.30 to 8pm There is another session is on Wednesday 14th 6.30 to 8pm
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£12
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Humanitarian Design Certificate Course

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HUMANITARIAN DESIGN is the application of design for humanitarian aid purposes. Humanitarian design combines multiple design disciplines such as Permaculture Design, Biotecture Design, Ecological Design in order to address humanitarian emergencies.

How does the course work?

The course is a blended course including virtual synchronous sessions, team collaborations and discussions and life-term access to self-paced asynchronous study materials and sessions. The synchronous sessions will be held every Sunday 2:00-6:00 PM UK time.

Dates: 
24 October 2021
14 November 2021
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Every Sunday 2:00-6:00 PM UK time (The synchronous sessions)
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Humanitarian Design Certificate Course

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HUMANITARIAN DESIGN is the application of design for humanitarian aid purposes. Humanitarian design combines multiple design disciplines such as Permaculture Design, Biotecture Design, Ecological Design in order to address humanitarian emergencies.

How does the course work?

The course is a blended course including virtual synchronous sessions, team collaborations and discussions and life-term access to self-paced asynchronous study materials and sessions. The synchronous sessions will be held every Saturday 2:00-6:00 PM UK time.

Dates: 
3 July 2021
24 July 2021
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Every Saturday 2:00-6:00 PM UK time (Synchronous Sessions)
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£150-£300
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Ecological Literacy

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ECOLOGICAL LITERACY is the knowledge and understanding of how nature’s systems work, and how all living beings are dependent on and interconnected with each other. Taking its roots from ecology and whole systems thinking, ecological literacy is an awareness building course that provides necessary information on the principles and processes of natural systems, how they make life on earth possible and how we can live in more harmony and integrity with these systems.

How does the course work?

The course is a blended course including virtual synchronous sessions, team collaborations and discussions and life-term access to self-paced asynchronous study materials and sessions. The synchronous sessions will be held every Sunday 2:00-6:00 PM UK time.

Dates: 
26 September 2021
17 October 2021
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The synchronous sessions will be held every Sunday 2:00-6:00 PM UK time The total Duration of Course: 4 Weeks / 72 Hours 16 hours synchronous lessons, lectures, presentations, every Saturday 2:00-6:00 PM GMT 24 hours and above self-paced, asynchronous study sessions 32 hours collaborative teamwork with the community of participants
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£150-£300
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Resilient Community Design

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RESILIENT COMMUNITY DESIGN course provides information on how to establish and maintain active and resilient communities. For this aim, this course looks at different aspects and challenges of community design and community life such as legal and financial structures of communities; effective communication techniques and management of human relations; advocacy and campaigning; and management of relationships with other communities and governmental and non-governmental bodies.

How the course works?

The course is a blended course including virtual synchronous sessions, team collaborations and discussions and life-term access to self-paced asynchronous study materials and sessions.

Dates: 
28 August 2021
18 September 2021
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Every Saturday 2:00-6:00 PM UK Time (Synchronous Sessions) The total Duration of Course: 4 Weeks / 72 Hours 16 hours synchronous lessons, lectures, presentations, every Saturday 2:00-6:00 PM GMT 24 hours and above self-paced, asynchronous study sessions 32 hours collaborative teamwork with the community of participants
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£150-£300
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BSc Regenerative Food and Farming

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The BSc in Regenerative Food and Farming gives you the opportunity to explore leading-edge alternatives to mainstream agricultural practices and food systems. Students will do this through a programme of integrated experiential learning, study alongside expert faculty and practitioners, meaningful work placement, and guided independent projects.

During your time in Schumacher College’s BSc in Regenerative Food and Farming, you will live and learn in a residential community environment on the stunning 1,200-acre Dartington Estate, which has been devoted to exploring sustainable agricultural practices since its establishment in 1925. In 2012, we renewed this focus with a manifesto to develop the estate land as an exemplar of agroecological practice. Most recently, in 2020, Dartington Trust focused its mission on being a centre for regenerative living and learning which fully integrates ecology, social justice, and the arts in an educational context.

Dartington, Totnes and South Devon have a vibrant ethical, local food culture supported by the world-renowned Transition Town Totnes. This setting offers a unique and exciting place from which to explore the future of sustainable and regenerative food and farming.

See the course webpage for more details:

https://www.schumachercollege.org.uk/courses/undergraduate-courses/bsc-r...

Dates: 
13 September 2021
30 June 2023
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A 3-year full-time undergraduate programme; part-time option over 6 years.
Cost: 
Year 1: UK £9,250, EU 13,500, INT 15,000
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Lime Pointing Workshop

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On this 3 day workshop will we cover; an introduction to lime, how lime be- comes carbon neutral, the mixing of lime mortar and the application of lime to sandstone. In Addition, we will take a 1.3 mile ramble through Babbinswood farm to learn about how natural building integrates and is part of the ecology of this holistically managed, organic, biodiverse farm.
During this walk you will be shown how to collect subsoil samples and gain an understanding of the benefits of clay in earth plasters.
If you are at a beginner or intermediate level, this is the perfect workshop for you.
Organic refreshments and lunches included with optional camping on our beau- tiful ancient farmland, in the very heart of North Shropshire.

Dates: 
5 June 2021 to 7 June 2021
Cost: 
£240
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Babbinswood Farm
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Kim Greenwood
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07460855755

Regenerative Urban Gardening in London

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Hands on tools for regenerative growing practices at the urban back garden scale

About this event

This course gives an overview of how regenerative farming practices can be applied at the urban garden scale. The benefits of these techniques include:

- improved soil health
- improved ecosystem health
- better water retention
- less erosion
- more carbon sequestered in the soil
...resulting in more nutrient dense food

Please note this course will take place over 2 evenings; Wednesday 30th and 7th July from 6 - 8pm

Facilitator

This course is facilitated by Liz from Grow South Permaculture

Liz is a mother, sustainability professional, eco-retrofit project manager, gardener, and chartered civil engineer with a Diploma in Applied Permaculture Design and has been teaching introductory Permaculture courses for 6 years. She has a thriving urban permaculture garden with a mini orchard, pond, hugel beds and much more. She also has a passion for alternative forms of education for children.

FAQs

What about Covid-19?

The majority of the course will be held outside, appropriate social distancing and cleaning measures as per government guidelines at the time will be implemented throughout the course. If the course cannot run due to lockdown restrictions participants will be offered a place on a future course when restrictions are lifted.

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Morden tube station (Northern Line) is approx 10 min walk.

Phipps Bridge tram stop is approx 10 min walk

Parking is available in the National Trust car park (parking fees apply)

How can I contact the organiser with any more questions?

Please contact Liz: [email protected]

What can I bring into the event?

We will be working outside, so be prepared for the weather.

Are concessions available?

Concession tickets are available, please contact Liz: [email protected]

Dates: 
30 June 2021
7 July 2021
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The course is held on 2 consecutive Wednesday evenings 30 June and 7 July from 6 - 8pm
Cost: 
£80
Contact name: 
Liz Darley
Telephone number: 
07708 733564

Compassion-focused ways of working effectively in groups

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This series of four workshops will explore working with and understanding group dynamics through the lens of compassion and the scientific underpinning of compassion. There will be a practical experiential focus to these sessions to develop knowledge and skills to feel more confident and skilled in engaging in and with group based activities.

This unique programme has been commissioned to offer tools and support relevant to groups working to make our world better in a wide variety of different ways.

Trainer: Dr. Kate Lucre is a researcher, trainer and psychotherapist, specialising in working with groups from a compassion focused perspective.

Dates: Mondays May: 10, 17, 24 and June: 7 2021 Time: 7.30 – 9.30pm

Dates: 
10 May 2021 to 7 June 2021
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Dates: Mondays May: 10, 17, 24 and June: 7 2021 Time: 7.30 – 9.30pm
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