Social Landscapes is running a full accredited Permaculture Design Course starting in April. The course puts special emphasis on the use of Permaculture in the urban context: small scale food growing, retrofitting of houses, water in the home, working in groups, livelihood and transition, while not ignoring other topics, such as agroforestry, natural building and bioregional planning. The teaching style is practical, participatory and diverse.
It has completely changed my perspective towards every aspect of my life: my health, my relationship with family and friends, my relationship to the planet.
While the Permaculture Design Course gives you a great overview of many of the dimensions of local community resilience and transition, it prepares you to effectively use ecological design principles and permaculture tools in your life, work and relationships and be a designer yourself.
During the course participants are supported in developing a design for their own project idea or, if desired, a project given by the tutors.
Building my confidence, embedding resilient ways of thinking and inspiring healthy ways of interacting with my surroundings.
The course starts in April and runs over 7 weekends into July. Early bird deadline in January 15th.
There is a series of free info evening in Streatham Hill. The first one is coming up on Tuesday the 24th of January and more will be announced for February and March.
For more information on the PDC, queries or to register visit the event on the Social Landscapes webpage or write to firstname.lastname@example.org. Find the facebook event with updates on venues and guest tutors here.