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The course includes accommodation and food and will be family friendly, being run alongside an eco/permaculture family holiday fortnight at Rippledown.
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You’ll learn how to use permaculture principles, design tools and practice a) in your own life, b) to contribute to the processes in the Transition movement, c) for community projects and d) to improve sustainability in your workplace. The course also covers eco-building, sustainable energy, sewage, composting, eco-community, appropriate economics and much more. It is being run in association with The Bay Trust - an environmental education charity leading a wide range of not-for-profit sustainable community activities in the East Kent area and working to promote healthy, sustainable living.

Steve Charter, Jo Barker, Nir Halfon
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No apprentice teacher places available on this course
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Permaculture Design Course
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steve charter
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07990 778581

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