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Introduction to Permaculture, Shackleford Village Surrey, May 2015

Are you seeking practical solutions towards a more healthy and low impact lifestyle? Wonderful news! We’ve been invited back to Surrey in 2015 to carry on the work of supporting the interest in low impact connected lifestyles by running our second annual introduction to permaculture at Shackleford Village Hall with Tim Hopkin. Permaculture uses whole system thinking […]

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London Permaculture Network PDC teaching – March 2013

In March, I was invited by the London Permaculture Network to teach on their inaugural Permaculture Design Course (PDC) course. Traditionally this course is delivered over twelve consecutive days. This can pose problems for people with busy lives, so thinking creatively this course has been designed and delivered over seven alternate weekends. I taught around […]

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Introduction to Permaculture at Maiden Lane – April 2013

Back in April, I returned to Maiden Lane Community Centre to present an Introduction to Permaculture (ITP) weekend course. This was great opportunity to build on my first solo ITP course, spread over two weekends at Glengall Wharf Gardens and it turned into a wonderfully rewarding experience. I enjoyed the course immensely. It was the exact introduction to permaculture I was […]

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Introducing Cinzia from our teaching collective

  Animals that can challenge the vertical grower include slugs, snails, pigeons, and….. cats. When I visited Cinzia, many of her lush spring plantings had just been dug up by the marauding local cat population. I felt her frustration and disappointment. Cinzia on her balcony – with flowering coriander Cinzia’s passion for food growing started […]

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