Working together to reduce oil-dependency and re-localise in Hackney
Time: March 2, 2013 at 9am to March 3, 2013 at 4pm
Location: The Russet cafe (Hackney Downs)
Street: Amhurst Terrace
City/Town: Lonon E8 2BT
Website or Map: http://permanentcultures.com/…
Event Type: course, permaculture, sustainability, workshop
Organized By: seema patel
Latest Activity: Jan 15, 2013
About the course: Looking for ways to live more sustainably but are unsure of how to take action? Feeling helpless when confronted with eco-choices?
Permaculture offers positive practical solutions. It is a regenerative, ethical design methodology that replicates natural systems, to tread lightly on the Earth. Whether designing a community garden, or your urban window ledge, the principles of permaculture can guide you in your journey to a truly sustainable lifestyle, a permanent culture.
“A design for life not just your potato patch”
Inspiring, informative and interactive, this two-day course will equip you with an understanding of the fundamentals of permaculture, including:
Who is it for?: This course is suitable for anyone with an interest in permaculture, sustainable living, or are just curious and wanting to develop their knowledge. You will gain knowledge and understanding of the basics of permaculture and leave with ideas of what you can go next and how to apply what you have learnt. No prior knowledge or experience necessary.
Cost: £100 (£60 concessions), includes course handouts, morning refreshments, a deliciously nutritious lunch, and afternoon tea!
Booking: For more information and to book email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07872 482991
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