Permaculture Scotland Gathering 2015
30th May 2015 @ Tombreck, Perthshire
This year's Permaculture Scotland gathering will be at the ScotLAND Centre, Tombreck on Loch Tayside in Perthshire. This stunning, inspirational venue will host us for an inexpensive weekend of fun, learning and playing. Please do get the date in your diary!
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*NEW* Permaculture Scotland T-shirts
Check out these beautiful t-shirts!
We have them in 2 colours – green and black, two styles – men's and women's and a range of sizes from Small to XXL.
The gathering in June at one of our new ScotLAND Centres – Urban Roots, in the South-East of Glasgow was fantastic! With workshops, kids activities, general meeting, networking, a pot luck lunch, meeting old friends and new, and an incredibly delicious local, organic evening meal put on by Urban Roots, and a ceilidh with dancing til midnight, a fantastic time was had by all!
ScotLAND is a Scotland-wide network supporting and creating permaculture Learning And Network Demonstration (LAND) Centres. The aim of ScotLAND is to demonstrate practical examples of land-based permaculture design in various different places, micro-climates, and cultures throughout Scotland. These will include both urban and rural home gardens, community gardens, public spaces, allotments, smallholdings and farms.
So far we have a wonderful 7 ScotLAND Centres, and 7 ScotLAND Learners who are working their way towards becoming a Centre. For more information about ScotLAND, click here.
You can see the whole map of LAND Centres and Learners here.
We are organising a ScotLAND tour after the International Permaculture Convergence in London in September 2015, please contact us: scotland@ to find out more.
Staying in Touch
To keep in touch, offer help or for information email us via the Contact form on this website.
We have an evolving team of people successfully working on furthering Permaculture in Scotland following this mission statement:
“To support the beneficial transformation and development of environments, communities and individuals towards a resilient and sustainable Scotland.”
This work is ongoing and we appreciate all the help and support from individuals, projects, funders, the Permaculture Association and anyone reading this. Thank you.
To find us on Facebook go to our info page at www.facebook.com/permaculture.scotland, and go to our group at www.facebook.com/groups/permaculturescotland
We also encourage you to join our yahoo group: http://uk.groups.yahoo.com/group/scottishpermaculture/