Two-Day Permaculture Course (West London: April/May 2015)
Course dates: Sat 25 April (10am-6pm) & Sat 2 May (10am-4pm)
Venue: Westcott Park Community Centre & Garden, 13 Ferguson Drive, Acton, London. W3 6YP.
Advance Booking ONLY; See below.
Permaculture is a practical system for sustainable living, based on observing principles and patterns in nature. By maximising relationships in living systems, permaculture has empowered people worldwide to develop dynamic, resilient projects that work with nature, rather than against it. Whatever scale or aspect of human living, whether the home and garden, community or congregation space, or one’s own life and career, permaculture can be applied to each situation.
Day 1: Introduction to permaculture; Visit to the community garden.
Day 2: Permaculture applied-design: A volunteers plan; Practical gardening.
The course content will include:
- What is permaculture?
- Introduction to permaculture ethics and principles
- Nature observation
- Social permaculture
- Permaculture as a design system
- Applying permaculture
- Next steps
£60 if you live outside a one mile radius of the garden.
(Free if you live within the one mile radius)
This course is partially funded by Catalyst Gateway and supported by Routes of Wholeness.
Shumaisa Khan (Permaculture Designer & Sustainability Tutor)
Muzammal Hussain (Permaculture Designer & Group Facilitator)
Booking in advance is essential. For more info and bookings:
Tel: 07424 876 797
Note: Bookings for this course are being taken by Westcott Park Community Garden, not by Routes of Wholeness.
Bring lunch to share. Refreshments are provided