Introduction to Permaculture

Introduction to Permaculture
Summary information

he word permaculture derives from “permanent agriculture” and “permanent culture”. In practice it is sustainable land use design, based on an understanding of systems in nature and ethical principles. Permaculture design creates stable productive systems to provide food, shelter, energy and community in ways that are healthy for the environment and us.

The WEA funds places for those on low income. There is also a possibility of help with the residential costs thanks to the Reuben George Fund.

Please contact the WEA on 0845 458 2758 to book onto the course.

Participants can attend this course as day visitors or enjoy a fully residential weekend at this beautiful organic farm in East Devon.
For residential costs please contact Zoe Haigh on 01297 631113.

Booking and further information
Telephone number: 
0845 458 2758
£63.00. No charge for those on a means-tested benefit
Contact name: 
Workers' Educational Association
Dates and times
19 November 2010 to 21 November 2010
George Sobol Dip Perm Des
Venue information

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