Introduction to Permaculture - a one day course in an eco retrofiited show house

Introduction to Permaculture
Summary information

This course covers the basics of Permaculture in a wide varietry of applications, from housing to land design to community development.
Participants are introduced to the core design principles and learn about inspiring examples of Permaculture in action around the world, and have some quick opportunities to put it into practice on the day. The course assumes no previous knowledge, and can be taken by itself, or as a sampling before going on to a full 90 hour Design Course.

The areas covered on the course will be:

What is Permaculture? - its origins and definitions.
Permaculture ethics.
The design process.
Introduction to the principles used in Permaculture design.
How to apply Permaculture to our lives.
Design principles in action.
Some tools for designing and decision making.
Permaculture and food choices.
Inspiring stories and techniques.
How to get more involved - contacts, next steps and resources.

There will also be a practical 'how to' session on building a hay box no-fuel slow cooker.

Booking and further information
Dates and times
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)9.30 - 18.00
20 May 2012
Peter Cow
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Apprentice Teachers
Teacher apprentices: 
This course is open to offers from apprentice teachers wishing to gain teaching experience.

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