Permaculture Design Course

(PDC) Permaculture Design Course
Summary information

A practical course with indoor and outdoor learning, including visits to various local projects such as eco buildings, rooftop gardens, organic gardens, community orchards and growing projects.

This PDC is designed to give you the knowledge to design your growing space, grow your own food, store it over the seasons and even create a small income from growing.
The course will be weighted towards the specialism of Forest Gardening, a system which demonstrates efficiency in growing, with high production yields.

If you want to bring sustainability and food growing into your life, this is the course for you.

Topics covered include:

- Ethics and principles of Permaculture
- Design process and methodology
- Soil management and conservation
- Urban challenges and urban Permaculture
- Woodland and Agroforestry
- Real wealth, money and sustainable exchange
- Buildings, Energy conservation and renewable energy
- Personal health, nutrition and resilience
- Creating income from food production
- Food preservation
- Herbal medicines​
- Practical gardening skills

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Dates of the course (10am-4pm each day) Oxford has many growing initiatives and local enterprises, as well as cafes, markets and restaurants showcasing local and organic produce. You will have one weekend off (10th and 11th August) when you will be free to visit Oxfords sights and food destinations.
2 August 2019 to 18 August 2019
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