After three weeks in Glasgow under the rain, I headed towards Tombreck, my very last stop before the Scottish Permaculture Gathering (the end of my journey)!

As you may remember, my last article on the Concrete Garden, an urban permaculture project, argued for a stronger standpoint on the subject of land and public space.

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Work from home 1 day a week, promoting permaculture in Scotland. The post is funded from a generous donation made by the Robertson Trust, Awards for All, and Bags of Help, it will enable us to deliver the project ScotLAND Phase 2: Engaging hard to reach communities.
 

Sector39 have successfully launched thier first full PDC in Uganda attracting farmers, teachers and community leaders from Uganda, Kenya and Burundi. 

Wales' permaculture teaching consultancy Sector39 have successfully launched thier first full Permaculture Design Course in Uganda attracting  farmers, teachers and community leaders from Uganda, Kenya and Burundi.