Applied Permaculture Design (2 Day Intro) Ireland

Introduction to Permaculture
Summary information

An applied introduction to Permaculture Design course, in a farm context.
2 day course led by Hannah Mole and John Duffy,
At An Caorah Dubh farm, County Donegal, Ireland.

Suitable for:
Anyone with an interest in Permaculture and looking to explore the theory further and develop practical design skills.
Those who have completed a Permaculture Design Course or Introductory workshop and would now like to get involved in some applied Permaculture design?
Those looking to develop a farm, smallholding or other land base to be ecologically and economically profitable.
Anyone who would like to have a hand in shaping development of a regenerative farm here in Ireland.

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We will cover: Core Permaculture theory & practice, Keyline whole farm design philosophy and the scale of permanence, Integrated systems approaches. How to choose, place and manage livestock, agro-forestry, tree systems, water features and tertiary farm enterprises, And much more!
22 September 2018 to 23 September 2018
John Duffy (An Caorah Dubh farm)
Venue information

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.

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