When: 12-27th November
90 hours over two weeks
Who: With Aranya & Klaudia van Gool
Although permaculture is most commonly thought about in connection with gardening and farming, its principles, ethics and design methods can be adapted and used in each individual’s own work, interests, community and home to bring about a more harmonious and sustainable lifestyle.
This course will be particularly rich in people-based permaculture – along with lots of land-based content as well. This practical course will bring the possibility of significant and positive life changes.
Permaculture encourages us to use our individual skills, knowledge and interests, whilst drawing on traditional wisdom, science and our innate ability to observe and learn from the world around us. Permaculture offers a perspective on all aspects of building a sustainable future.
Course participants will be awarded the British Permaculture Association’s internationally recognised Certificate in Permaculture Design.
To book visit the Designed Visions course page.