Introduction to Permaculture - Solutions for Marginal Land Use

Introduction to Permaculture
Summary information

2 Day Introduction to Permaculture, focusing on creative solutions for the kind of marginal land we have here in the West of Ireland.
This course is based around practical activities supported by short, focussed theoretical sessions to help you gain a good understanding of how to apply permaculture to our unique climate and landscape.
Learn about Permaculture; the ethics and principles of Permaculture Design, how to approach laying out a site, and practical applications onsite including: Wind and Water management (how to design wind breaks and swales), Introduction to Food Forests, Extending the growing seasons, Growing Mushrooms, Composting Systems, Polycultures and Guilds, and no-dig gardening.
This course is suitable for anyone with an interest in Permaculture, and how you can apply it to marginal land to create sustainable abundance.
Course run in association with the Mayo Organic Group (www.mayoorganicgroup.org)
More course info at http://tirnanogmayo.com/introduction-to-permaculture-course/

Booking and further information
Cost: 
100 euro
Contact name: 
Cleo or Claire
Dates and times
4 February 2017 to 5 February 2017
Teachers
Hannah Mole with host Claire Templar
Venue information
Apprentice Teachers
Teacher apprentices: 
No apprentice teacher places available on this course.