Permaculture Gardening in community w/social permaculture

Introduction to Permaculture
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'Use and Value Diversity'

A two day hands-on workshop in Cloughmills Incredible Edible community garden, Co. Antrim.

Focussed on maintenance and development of the Permaculture gardens and working with/as community and exploring some of the basic concepts of a Permaculture approach.

Welcoming guest tutor Kathleen O'Hara Farren on the application of 'Social Permaculture' and how we can use this in our own personal and community work and play.

This workshop will suit any keen or beginner gardener, anyone involved or interested in community gardens, anyone with an interest in fresh local food, those working in community and collaborative projects, and anyone who would like an introduction to permaculture through gardening.

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Course content: We will cover these topics and more through mainly action-led learning as well as some classroom based sessions. What is Permaculture? How can we use it in the garden and in community? 'No-dig' annual vegetable growing. Usefull perennial plants & forest gardens Planting, Sowing from seed, Divisions, Cuttings. Preparing and eating the food we grow! Design, Planting and maintenance of a Permaculture garden.
23 April 2016 to 24 April 2016
Teachers
Hannah Mole & Guests; Kathleen O Hara Farren, Patrick Frew
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This course is open to offers from apprentice teachers wishing to gain teaching experience.