Growing Food in Small Spaces - Online, self-directed course

Introduction to Permaculture
Summary information

This interactive self-study course will make you confident in turning small spaces into highly abundant food gardens!

You'll learn how to apply regenerative practices and permaculture techniques to design and grow a garden that optimises the time and energy you put in, in order to produce high yields of delicious, nutritious food.

Packed with videos, quizzes and activities, and a printable 40 page design workbook.

Created by many expert permaculture teachers in collaboration with the Permaculture Association learning team.

What's included?

  • On demand videos
  • Downloadable Resources
  • Including an in depth 40 page workbook to maximise your learning
  • Certificate of completion from the Permaculture Association*
  • A food growing course framed around climate, equity and food security

*when completed within 3 months.

This video features excerpts from a course video. Many thanks to course contributor Rakesh 'Rootsman Rak' for these words of wisdom.

Testimonial

"I cannot see anyone who attempts undertaking this course going back to a normal life that doesn't include some kind of permaculture. I am thoroughly enjoying all the information included, the videos shared and the reality of what really happens. It's more than a short course and I feel like a 'dry sponge'." - MA (Learner taking this course)

Booking and further information
Cost: 
£10-60 depending on your income and equity level
Dates and times
More dates and times information: 
This course can be taken anytime and at your own pace.
22 December 2021 to 31 December 2024

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