Learn the sustainable principles of permaculture

Woodland
Friday, 1 December, 2017

Working with nature /Thinking like a tree

A 2 day Introduction to Permaculture

22 and 23 February 2018 in Ilford - note change of dates

 

A natural system, like a woodland, keeps itself going. It doesn’t need weeding, or fertiliser. How does it do that, and can we learn from it? Can we work with nature to create truly sustainable systems?

The principles of permaculture can help you design your garden, your balcony, your lifestyle – even a community group. The idea of Transition Towns is based on Permaculture.

Permaculture can help you to choose when to tread lightly and when to leave your mark.

This course will be led by Phil Mason and Ros Bedlow, and will be held at a private address in Ilford. The address will be provided when you have booked.

It is essential to book, and to attend both days of the course.

Fees: £60 waged, £30 unwaged. We will send you a booking form, with details of how to pay.

To book or for further information, please contact Ros Bedlow: rosbedlow@hotmail.com or Phil Mason: hiphil@btinternet.com

The link below explains the approach to permaculture that will be taken on the course

https://www.permaculture.co.uk/what-is-permaculture

The leaflets below explain about the course.

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