Dates and times
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More info
8.30 to 17.30
Cost
FREE!
Course summary
BIO:HACK - exploring NATURAL DESIGN through URBAN ARTS! 
Free Introduction to Permaculture for Younger People
 
A 3-day course for young people aged 14-25 exploring the basics of permaculture through rap & graffiti, and establishing the new community garden at the Abbot’s Mill Project site.
On the back of our experimental 2-day course in 2021, We Are Nature (W3RN8R) are excited to bring you a new updated version of our Young People's Introduction to Permaculture, funded by Canterbury City Council's Innovation Grant.
This means we are able to offer the course 100% FREE with LUNCH & REFRESHMENTS INCLUDED!
As well as having the chance to learn the useful tools of permaculture, you will also have the opportunity to make your mark on the developing community garden in our oasis in the centre of Canterbury. Together you will design creative ways of making the space even more enjoyable for all the creatures who visit it.
To sign up please fill out this form:
 
Main co-ordinator - Sadie Scarlett Smith from the Hip Hop Academy 
Co-facilitated by Sadie, Jo Barker and Helen Smith
Hosted by the Abbots Mill Project
 
 
 
Certified teacher
Other teachers
Sadie Scarlett Smith - Detrivore
Apprentice teachers
This course is open to offers from apprentice teachers wishing to gain teaching experience
Course type
Introduction to Permaculture
Course is face to face
Postal address of venue

Abbots Mill Community Garden
St Radigunds Street,
Canterbury
CT1 2AD
United Kingdom

Course contact email
Contact name
Sadie Scarlett Saints

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