Opportunities within the UK
Wild Oak Woods is a 58 acre site on the stunning Solway Coast in Dumfries and Galloway see wildoakwoods.co.uk or visit our Wild Oak Woods facebook page for more details and pictures of the site. We have lots of work to do here managing the woodland and wildflower meadows and in our 3 year old forest garden and we also have have lots of space for camping so if you fancy some free camping in exchange for helping out email Elspeth on email@example.com
Here at Wild Oak Woods, on the stunningly beautiful Solway Coast, in Dumfries and Galloway we find ourselves with more land than we need and indeed perhaps more than we can easily cope with. We are therefore offering an opportunity for people to come and join us and perhaps lease some of our land for other small businesses in keeping with the site. Please see wildoakwoods.co.uk or our facebook page Wild Oak Woods for more details and photos of the site.
We are looking for volunteers to help us at the Earth Connections Eco Centre on Isle of Eigg, W. of Scotland, from April to Sept 2017. Minimum stay 1 month, but longer stays preferred.
Be part of the regeneration of 1.75 acres of Cecil Avenue allotments into a permaculture resource for the community in terms of supplying local fruit and veg, running horticultural therapy programmes, increasing community cohesion, creating nature areas and a place for celebrations and educational activities.
Mondays 10 – 2pm
Wednesdays 10 – 2pm.
Exciting volunteer opportunity to co-develop a 7 acre site with fruit and vegetables for the local community using Permaculture principles and design.
We are ideally looking for someone with a horticultural/growing background to help us develop and implement a permaculture design for the farm.
We are based in Wallington, Sutton.
Please contact us for more information
I am running a project with DART (Doncaster COmmunity ARts) which involves working with a cross generational group to create a productive garden at the Point (DART"s home) as part of a three month project called A Patch of Ground exploring people's ecological identities and relationships to the natural world.
We would like to invite Permaculture folk in the Doncaster area who hopefully will be interested in being involved. We ran this project with the Bluecoat in Liverpool last year and the garden in particular was a real point of communication and learning for people.
Our group meets on the 2nd Monday of each month and we are looking for someone to speak for about 1 hour at one of our monthly meetings in 2011.
We are interested to hear about the practice of permaculture and how it can help us manage our gardens especially in relation to climate change.
We are happy to pay a fee and travelling expenses if you have a speaker available in the Kent area.
Please contact if you can help.