Friday, February 16, 2007

Permaculture - A Weekend for Beginners - Friday 25th to Sunday 27th May 2007

Creating sustainable human communities by following nature's patterns
"Permaculture is a way of life. It shows us how to make the most of our resources by minimising waste and maximising potential. But living ecologically and sustainably doesn't mean giving everything up, it means relearning the value of nature, to understand new ways of being wealthy… Permaculture methods can be applied now, whether you are gardening, doing the shopping, looking after kids, going to work or building your own home… Permaculture is not about getting away from it all- it's about taking control of our lives, our individual needs and our common future…"

THIS WEEKEND INTRODUCTION TO PERMACULTURE WILL INCLUDE; SUSTAINABLE DESIGN PRINCIPLES, PERMACULTURE ETHICS, ORGANIC GARDENING, COMMUNITY ECONOMICS, L.E.T.S. SYSTEMS, FOREST GARDENING, WILD FOOD WALK, OPTIONAL YOGA SESSIONS, 'HANDS ON' PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE & MORE…

At: DIAL HOUSE CENTRE FOR DYNAMIC CULTURAL CHANGE
NORTH WEALD (near Epping)
ESSEX

COST: @ £90.00 (flexibility/concessions available)

(NB. There will be space to camp at the venue. Indoor accommodation will also be available in the main house at an additional cost of £5.00 per person per night)

Course led by Graham Burnett (Dip Perm Des) and Ron Bates: find out more

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