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Can we create a Life on Earth which is Harmonious with the laws of Nature and sensitive to our delicate & diverse Ecosystems?

This is the aim of Permaculture, it is a very wide term that offers not only practical and hands-on tools/designs to creating Regenerative systems but it is also a way of thinking that can be applied to not only Land management but also social systems, political systems and even our bodies & minds.

It is the tool that can help us to understand how to live in Harmony with Nature, and in doing so we learn how to get more from less, how to create abundant agricultural, energetic (clean energy), residential and social systems.

Permaculture is not exclusive – its principles and practice can be used by anyone, anywhere: City flats, yards and window boxes, suburban and country houses/garden, allotments and smallholdings, community spaces, waste ground, educational establishments, farms and estates, countryside and conservation areas, commercial and industrial premises

Permaculture encourages us to be resourceful and self-reliant. It is not a dogma or a religion but an ecological design system which helps us find solutions to the many problems facing us – both locally and globally.

Writer Emma Chapman defines it as:

“Permaculture, originally ‘Permanent Agriculture’, is often viewed as a set of gardening techniques, but it has in fact developed into a whole design philosophy and for some people a philosophy for life. Its central theme is the creation of human systems which provide for human needs, but using many natural elements and drawing inspiration from natural ecosystems. Its goals and priorities coincide with what many people see as the core requirements for sustainability.”

Permaculture tackles how to grow food, build houses and create communities, and minimize environmental impact at the same time. Its principles are being constantly developed and refined by people throughout the world in very different climates and cultural circumstances.

What is permaculture?
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7 Day Intensive Introduction Course

29th March 2024 - 5th April 2024

Join us in a 7 day permaculture intensive week.

Facilitated by:
- Zora Thind
- Paul Eickhoff
- Lisa Wollstädter

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