PDC with Angus Soutar at Warland Farm, Upper Calderdale, UK

(PDC) Permaculture Design Course
Summary information

The revival of the Northern School in-person Permaculture Design Certificate course continues this Autumn when we will be working in partnership with Warland Farm to stage the "extensive" (12 days over 12 months) version of our course. We follow the international syllabus, but the content will reflect our surroundings in the Central Pennines.
As usual, the course is open to all. It is suitable for busy people in the locality and in particular for artisans and those interested in developing livelihoods and enterprises, either with family or from a community base. Throughout, there is an emphasis on learning from Nature to help us deal with the complexity and uncertainty surrounding our everyday lives.
Warland Farm is on the border of Lancashire and Yorkshire near Todmorden. The Farm supports a growing collective of artisans who are working with a steeply sloping hillside typical of the Upper Calder valley.
Our course is led by Angus Soutar who is an internationally certificated permaculture tutor. Angus has been a member of the PAB since 1990 and has now been teaching the PDC for 30 years.
The course starts on October 12th 2021 and more details are provided on our website.

Booking and further information
Dates and times
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The day starts at 10.00 and finishes at 17.00
12 October 2021 to 20 September 2022
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Venue information
Warland Farm
OL14 6XA
United Kingdom
Apprentice Teachers
Teacher apprentices: 
This course is open to offers from apprentice teachers wishing to gain teaching experience.

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