Introduction to Permaculture in Glasgow

Introduction to Permaculture
Summary information

Join us for this exciting opportunity to learn more about permaculture in Glasgow. Permaculture is a design system based on ethics and principles deduced from observing nature. During the course you will find out more about the ethics and principles and how they are applied in nature and in a garden, and see some other examples of their application. You will also be invited to participate in a practical activity, such as composting, creating a Hugel bed, or a lasagne bed, in a local permaculture-inspired garden.

This course can be taken as a stand alone introduction, or as the first module in the full Permaculture Design Course.

Why join this course?
* Permaculture is solutions-focussed, so you can learn something which you can then apply to your work, life, garden or projects.
* You will learn something new!
* You will meet other people who are interested in sustainability.
* It is the first module of the full Permaculture Design Course (which is the standard ‘ticket’ 72 hour course, internationally recognised as the core introduction to permaculture.
* The teacher is on the Permaculture Association’s certifying teachers register.

Booking and further information
Contact Details: 
£120 (orgs/good wage) £100 (waged) £70 (low wage) £40 unwage
Contact name: 
Lusi Alderslowe
Dates and times
More dates and times information: 
Saturday 4th & Sunday 5th November 2017. 9:30am (for a 9.45am start) until 4.30pm (both days).
4 November 2017 to 5 November 2017
Venue information

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