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|North Devon Permaculture CIC||
North Devon Permaculture is a Community Interest Company based at Wishtree a 5 acre offgrid, LAND learner project in Devon. We work closly with our local community helping to build their resiliency.
We aim to deliver permaculture education through courses and workshops and as part of our edible garden consultancy. These help us to voluntarily deliver our community education initiative.
|Old Sleningford Farm||
We are a smallholding near Ripon, North Yorkshire and have pigs, sheep, chickens, bees, forest garden, raised beds, orchard and polytunnel and make charcoal from the surrounding woods, run courses and events and have a workday on the first Sunday of every month.
|North Yorkshire||United Kingdom|
|Organisation||descirption What is permaculture? Permaculture is a design process. It helps us to design intelligent systems which meet human needs whilst enhancing biodiversity, reducing our impact on the planet, and creating a fairer world for us all. People across the globe are transforming their communities with permaculture. Learn the basics here! How it works What is permaculture? Permaculture is a design process. It helps us to design intelligent systems which meet human needs whilst enhancing biodiversity, reducing our impact on the planet, and creating a fairer world for us all. People across the globe are transforming their communities with permaculture. Learn the basics here! How it works||Afghanistan|
|PPLTRAINING - City and Guilds Renewable Energy Courses||
PPL is a leading, national training provider running award-winning courses across mechanical/electrical and renewable technologies.
Based in York and Slough, we offer excellent training experiences throughout the UK.
Our training courses range from new entrant skills training to the up-skilling of existing qualifications in Mechanical & Pressure, Electrical, Legionella, F-Gas, Energy Assessing, Renewables, Sustainable, Health & Safety, and Plumbing.
|Practical Action NGO||
Practical Action is an international non-governmental organisation (NGO) that uses technology to challenge poverty in developing countries.
|Project SAFE - Silvo Arable Agro Forestry Project|
|Quinta Vale da Lama||
Quinta Vale da Lama is an innovative land-based project in South Portugal, developed since 2008 using Permaculture Design tools. The project consists of a partnership between an educational NGO and an Agro-tourism company, showcasing new approaches to education, farming, and tourism within the vision of a solidary economy.
Agriculture as practiced at Q.VdL is fundamentally oriented to regenerating the health of our bodies, lands, and economy. Education is focused on cultivating relationship through practical, hands-on experiences with the content, and based on experiencing the joys of a caretaking role for people as stewards of nature. Tourism is an opportunity to recharge personal energies and contribute - we reinvest surplus from tourism to regenerate ecosystems on the farm.
We believe in a world beyond sustainabilty - where the process of meeting human needs can simultaneously regenerate and improve ecological and social systems.
RegenAG UK (RAUK) connects farmers, smallholders, and other interested parties with leading pioneers and trainers/experts in Regenerative Agriculture - via short courses, seminars and workshops - and facilitates collaboration and peer-peer learning.
We recognise the importance of a healthy water cycle, along with mineral cycles and biodiversity, as foundations for a sustainable permanent agro-ecological production base. So we focus on building soils and restoring ecosystems as the foundation to regenerating agriculture and improving resilience, promoting methods and approaches which work synergistically with natural (ecosystem) processes to optimise production whilst restoring / rebuilding resilient biodiverse landscapes.
Alongside this, dependency on external inputs is minimised and where possible eliminated, and we look for optimal animal health and quality of produce, and to increase farm profitability - whilst integrating the human element in ways which support quality of life for the wider community as well as farming families.
So far events have been concentrated in the south/Midlands of England, but this is steadily expanding and we aim to support making the material accessible across the UK and Ireland.