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Last updated 29/08/23

Submit a workshop for the Festival of Permaculture 2023

 

We're delighted that you're interested in offering a workshop or other content for the UK Festival of Permaculture 2023 at Lambourne End, Essex, 22- 24 September.

Our convergences have always been a 100% participatory event and the festival follows the same design. Workshop facilitators purchase an event ticket however get in touch if you are interested in a bursary ticket.


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Last updated 30/03/23

Book Review: The Small-Scale Poultry Flock

A permaculture approach to animal husbandry permeates almost every page of The Small-Scale Poultry Flock, through tapping into what Harvey Ussery refers to as the ‘abundant ecology’ all around us. This is not simply an excellent guide to raising poultry and other fowl; it also encourages the reader to step back, take time to observe and see how we all fit into the system rather than always trying to control it.
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Last updated 30/08/23

It's ACE at Applewood- A journey into Cultural Emergence

By Kath Baker What is Cultural Emergence?   
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Last updated 14/03/23

Vegan Permaculture: Cultivating a harmonious relationship with nature

As the world becomes increasingly aware of the devastating effects of the climate crisis and the depletion of natural resources, it's clearer than ever that we need to find new ways of living in harmony with the earth. It’s time to move away from industrialised monocultural growing systems, and reinvent a human-scale agricultural landscape.


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Last updated 08/03/23

An ode to Graham Bell by Sandy James

An ode to Graham Bell by Sandy James
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Last updated 02/08/23

10 ways permaculture can help tackle the rising cost of living

With inflation at its highest for 30 years, mortgage rates rising, fuel prices through the roof, and average wages seeing a real-term cut, 2023 looks like being a tough year. So to start the New Year we’ve pulled together a few top tips from 52climateactions.com that not only help tackle climate change but will also save you a lot of money.


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Last updated 02/08/23

Help to build the Nest at Karuna Insight Design

By Janta Wheelhouse


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Last updated 29/08/23

Celebrating 30 years of Ecoworks!

By Paul Paine  
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Last updated 29/08/23

Help Us Nourish the Soil at Earthed Up!

By Ryan Sandford- Blackburn   I’m a founding member and director of Earthed Up! Edible and useful plants nursery, based in Belper, Derbyshire.   
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