Permaculture Living Soil Live Evening Course

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"There are those that merely concern themselves in the growing of plants, and there are those who grow the life in the soil"
In this 2 evening course we will be covering;
The history of Soil and soil science
What is living soil and why is it important
Soil ecology and the soil food web
Classifying your soil and the ph scale
Composting and worm composting and many other ways to build soil.
We will also be looking at both no-till and no dig food production as well as soil cultivation on broad-scale farms.

What do you get?
Once you have booked your place on this course, you will receive:
The invitation to live online teaching sessions,
Access to our on-demand course so you can review any part of the course at your leisure.
A link to the module/s resources folder, with all lesson slides,
List of suggested reading materials, etc.
Self-study exercise for the course,
plus A bonus ebook

Dates: 
29 March 2022 to 30 March 2022
17 May 2022 to 18 May 2022
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Running each evening from 6 pm till 9:30pm
Cost: 
£35
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Patterns in Nature & in Permaculture Design Live evening course

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In this 2 evening course, we will look at the fascinating world of natural patterns.
We will cover:
Patterns in nature
Patterns in design
World climates as a pattern
Landscape profiles
Climate and landscape strategies

No matter where in the world you find yourself designing for this course aims to give you a pattern eye, and all the tools, techniques and understanding, necessary to formulate an appropriate strategy.

What do you get?
Once you have booked your place on this course, you will receive:
The invitation to live online teaching sessions,
Access to our on-demand course so you can review any part of the course at your leisure.
A link to the module/s resources folder, with all lesson slides,
List of suggested reading materials, etc.
Self-study exercise for the course,
plus A bonus ebook

Dates: 
22 March 2022 to 23 March 2022
10 May 2022 to 11 May 2022
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Running each evening from 6 pm till 9:30 pm
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£35
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Beginners' Seed Saving

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The course is beginners' plus in that no prior knowledge of seed saving is necessary. The course will cover some basic horticultural info and botany so that people can build on that knowledge in relation to seed saving. For people who already have some strong horticultural and botany knowledge there will be space for people to share their knowledge, ask questions and deepen their knowledge. The main focus will be on readily accessible seeds which are suitable for the local area.
Charlie Gray has been saving seed at Horton Community Farm in Bradford for nearly a decade. She is also Northern Regional coordinator for Gaia Foundation's Seed Sovereignty programme.
At Warland Farm we are a community and aim to share our knowledge, skills, experience, and aim to be as inclusive as possible. The main teaching will be both theory and practical and will take place in an open barn so please be prepared for the weather. The barn is fully accessible but other areas of the site are still in development and on a steep valley side so please contact us if you have concerns regarding access or any other needs. A warm lunch will be provided and tea and coffee will be available.
Requirements: ideally people need to do some growing and be interested in saving seed for future use and sharing.
The course will be limited to 12 places and we are willing to take knowledge, labour or seeds / plants in exchange for the fee.

Dates: 
27 February 2022
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We ask people to arrive around 10am to allow for introductions prior to a prompt start at 10:30am. The course will end at 4:30pm with two breaks and lunch to allow for questions.
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£35
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Warland Farm
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Darren Roberts
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07896132390

Introduction to Bio-intensive Permaculture Live online evening Course

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Small is beautiful, and there is nothing more attractive than a bio-intensive urban garden.
In this 2 evening course we will look at:
Urban permaculture
Guerrilla gardening
The urban eco-agronomists tool kit
Permaculture Home kitchen gardening
Insync with nature gardening

Alongside this, we will be discussing a wide range of topics such as:
the advantages and disadvantages of the urban lifestyle
How to retrofit cities to become permaculture havens of wildlife and natural abundance
Community gardens
And educational school kitchen gardens

What do you get?
Once you have booked your place on this course, you will receive:
The invitation to live online teaching sessions,
Access to our on-demand course so you can review any part of the course at your leisure.
A link to the module/s resources folder, with all lesson slides,
List of suggested reading materials, etc.
Self-study exercise for the course,
plus A bonus ebook.

Dates: 
19 March 2022 to 20 March 2022
7 May 2022 to 8 May 2022
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Running each evening from 6 pm to 9:30 pm
Cost: 
£35
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Introduction to Permaculture Design Methodology Course

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In this 2 evening course, we will fully explore all aspects and methods of permaculture design.
From design processes to design tools,
From system thinking to system functions.
We will go through all the permaculture design principles and expand on the knowledge gained from the Introduction to Permaculture course
We will be taking you through each step of the design process, from observation all the way to implementation.

In this course, we will also cover such permaculture design tools such as :
random assembly,
output/input analysis
sectors and zones
and much more,
This all comes together to make our designs efficiently interconnected and our efforts to the maximum beneficial effects.

What do you get?
Once you have booked your place on this course, you will receive:
The invitation to live online teaching sessions,
Access to our on-demand course so you can review any part of the course at your leisure.
A link to the module/s resources folder, with all lesson slides,
List of suggested reading materials, etc.
Self-study exercise for the course,
plus A bonus ebook.

Dates: 
15 March 2022 to 16 March 2022
3 May 2022 to 4 May 2022
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Running each evening from 6 pm to 9:30 pm.
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Permaculture in Practice Internship - Natural Park - Spain - 350euro monthly

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Amazing opportunity to go deeper at our Permaculture Project Can Lliure and practice living with Permaculture Practices on a daily level.We will focus on Vegetables Production,Soil Building, Agroforestry and other related practices.Daily work on the farm and weekly theory classes as well.Limited to 5 interns only! 350 euro monthly contribution for our time training and hosting you at Can Lliure Eco-Sanctuary.
Contact us for more Infos spots available in June,July and August 2022. www.canlliure.org

Dates: 
1 June 2022
1 July 2022
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Montly availability in June,July and August 2022
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350 euro
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Think like a Tree facilitator course

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Turn your passion for nature into a career

This training aims to equip you to:

- Run the Think like a Tree in your own venue

- Integrate the programme and principles into your existing discipline, such as: wellbeing, education, counselling, complementary therapy, business or organisational management, workplace wellbeing, life-coaching, health, mental health, disability etc.

- Adapt the programme for different audiences, such as children, specific needs groups.

The training will take the form of a three-day course ( 18, 19, 20 November 2022 ) at Whistlewood Common, south Derbyshire plus a portfolio.

Note: you will also need to complete a Think like a tree programme prior to the training course. We recommend that you complete the 3 day intensive course at Whistlewood in August 2022.

Dates: 
18 November 2022 to 20 November 2022
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£350
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Think like a Tree 3 day intensive programme

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This is a three day intensive programme. The venue is the beautiful roundhouse and woodland at Whistlewood Common, Melbourne, south Derbyshire. The roundhouse is wheelchair accessible.

Overview:

We associate woodlands, forests and other natural ecosystems with resilience, longevity and harmony, but often struggle to experience these in our own lives.

By exploring principles derived from nature, this programme will guide you step-by-step through a design cycle that can be used for a wide range of personal circumstances – relationships, health, wellbeing, leisure and work.

You may want to make a significant change, some small improvements, or just want to be more content or effective in your everyday life, and whatever your circumstances this course has something to offer.

This programme comprises three full day sessions with optional activities to do at home. During the programme you will be given tools and resources to be able to build up a design that is personal to you to complete after the course is finished. All course materials are provided and you will go away with a toolkit of tools and principles that can be used again and again.

You can also use this as the first step in becoming a Think like a Tree facilitator (see website for more details).

Tutors: Sarah Spencer and Milly Carmichael

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"Be prepared to enter a potentially life-changing process where you design your life using trees and nature as inspiration while using a selection of powerful tools and techniques."

Dates: 
19 August 2022 to 21 August 2022
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19,20,21 August 2022
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£180 / £90
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Think like a Tree online group programme (zoom)

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Sunday mornings February and March 2022 £120/£60

6,13,20 and 27 February and 6,13 March 2022(Six weeks)

10 – 12.30 am (UK time) – of course you are welcome to attend from anywhere in the world

Each session will be two and a half hours with a group via Zoom*.

The course will be an adapted version of the Think like a Tree programme taking place via Zoom and with home study and outdoor sessions ‘off-line’. There will be breaks during sessions with tasks, so it won’t just be sitting at a computer.

The group size will remain small so you will gain from learning from others, and you’ll have access to a group to interact between sessions.

Overview:

We associate woodlands, forests and other natural ecosystems with resilience, longevity and harmony, but often struggle to experience these in our own lives.

By exploring principles derived from nature, this programme will guide you step-by-step through a design cycle that can be used for a wide range of personal circumstances – relationships, health, wellbeing, leisure and work.

You may want to make a significant change, some small improvements, or just want to be more content or effective in your everyday life, and whatever your circumstances this course has something to offer.

The programme comprises six two and a half hour sessions with activities to do at home. During the six week programme you will build up the tools and resources to complete a design that is personal to you after the course. All course materials are provided and you will go away with a toolkit of tools and principles that can be used again and again.

The home study is optional but you will get more from the course if you commit to the extra time – approx 2 – 3 hours per week.

Dates: 
6 February 2022 to 13 March 2022
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6,13,20 and 27 February and 6,13 March 2022(Six weeks)
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£120/ £60
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Thriving in Challenging Times workshop

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What can nature teach us in an era of uncertainty and change?

Wednesday 19th January 2021 Via Zoom

7.30 – 9pm UK time price £12 or £7 or free (see below)

Workshop tutor: Sarah Spencer

Overview:

We associate woodlands, forests and other natural ecosystems with growth, connection, adaptation and resilience, but often struggle to experience these in our own lives – on a personal level, in our societies and with regard to our uncertain and changing world.

In this interactive workshop we will explore principles derived from nature and how we can learn from them in a real and practical way for the circumstances we currently find ourselves in.

This workshop is relevant for all types of challenges:

- personal, both physical and psychological
- changing circumstances
- Covid-related issues
- worries about the state of the world
- concerns about the future

We will also explore how we can use nature’s wisdom to be part of the solution to the world’s problems rather than becoming paralysed in the face of uncertainty.

Come engaged, up for some thinking and prepared to join in with the group.

I can’t promise that we will solve all the world’s problems in an hour and a half, but you will go away with some great ideas from nature’s 3.8 billion year old success story of thriving in times of change.

Dates: 
19 January 2022
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Wednesday 19th January 2021 Via Zoom 7.30 – 9pm UK time
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£12/ £7/ £0
Contact address: 
St Brides Farmhouse
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