International Permaculture London 2015, IPCUK.EVENTS Conference et Convergence
Courses, workshops, visits and tours, volunteering, permablitzs and more.
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|Around the edge of the core IPCUK Conference and Convergence are a diverse range of events. They include courses, workshops, visits and tours, volunteering, permablitzs and lots more.Permaculture people are coming from all over the world – let’s take this opportunity to learn from them.|
See what’s on offer below!
22 -27 August 2015, Sustainability Centre, Hampshire
Robin Clayfield’s unique and highly acclaimed Teacher Training, supports Permaculture groups to learn and work together using Creative Facilitation, Interactive Learning Methods, Personal Empowerment, Confidence Building, Workshop Planning and Skills Development.
22 -27 August 2015, Sustainability Centre, Hampshire
Climate change presents us with increasingly severe challenges. This course provides you with some permaculture design strategies for land and people in communities. Governments will be unable to meet the demand for services, while well prepared communities are extremely well placed for avoidance or endurance of extreme event
24 – 29 August 2015, Suffolk
This is a course for those who want to gain an appreciation of permaculture and how to apply it to designing sustainable gardens. It is an alternative offering to the longer more in-depth full 12 day Permaculture Design Course.
25 – 30 August 2015, North Pembrokeshire, Wales
‘Earth-Spirit’ is a facilitated immersion into the natural world. The intention is to deepen and empower personal connection with the spirit of the land, in a life sustaining way. This includes sharing practical skills to enable participants to be co-creators of sacred land spaces and effective agents of positive cultural change, guided by the underlying wisdom of Nature.
1 – 6 September 2015, Sustainability Centre, Petersfield
This course is aimed at people with existing knowledge of permaculture. It will be useful and relevant to anyone working in group situations; from workshop leaders to transition groups, from the workplace to community groups to families. It will be valuable for existing permaculture teachers who want to develop or specialise in social permaculture.
4 – 6 September Dial House, Essex
The Liberation Permaculture weekend aims to explore if, how and why to place permaculture in a wider framework of radical social change. It is a space to share ideas, design tools and practices and bring people together who share a political affinity within the permaculture movement.
5 – 6 (+7) September 2015, London
Sociocracy is an elegant, dynamic approach towards the holistic evolution and development of organisations. This 2-day + 1 experiential workshop gives you an overview of the main elements of Sociocracy, focusing on practice and utilising the Sociocratic methodology as a framework to explore, share and deepen understanding.
6 September 2015, London
Presentations and discussions attempting to place Permaculture in the context of deep ecology: the threats to our planet and possible responses to it.
16 – 19 September 2015, Marlborough, Wiltshire
Marlborough is a small market town, nestling in the Wiltshire Downs. We’d love to show you what three years of transition and urban permaculture has done for our town and learn from people who are practicing urban permaculture in other parts of the world.
18 – 20 September 2015, Newton Abbot, Devon
The Transition Conference is a semi-regular event that brings together participants in the Movement from around the world. This is the first conference with a fully international outlook which reflects the Transition Movement’s transformation into a globally connected body, via its emerging National Hubs Network.
18 September 2015, Hawkwood Nursery, Lea Valley
During this one-day workshop we will
Make the vital link between permaculture and research
, give an overview over different types and methods of research
Introduce the basic steps to develop your own permaculture research project
Enable you to identify issues important for you and your work, develop research questions, methodologies and recording systems
Explore options for collaboration.
18 – 21 September 2015
An event for active permaculture teachers, or those that have already done a teacher training course. Come and share your top tips, favourite sessions, games and experience. Each person that signs up also takes responsibility for delivering / holding one session. A collaborative event hosted and held by Hannah Thorogood at her home, The Inkpot, an 18 acre permaculture demonstration centre.
22 – 28 September 2015, Totnes, Devon
Learn an integrated approach to developing local strategies and action plans for achieving bioregional scale food resilience, with a thriving local food economy. Gain the confidence, skills and tools to facilitate your own area to achieve this, guided by experienced international and local tutors.
|Around the conference we have two special events.|
On 8 September, there will be a gala evening of sumptuous food, wine, and music within the surrounds of Alara Wholefoods flourishing food forest. Find out more and book your tickets.
A feature length documentary providing an intimate look at permaculture peoples and practices. Wednesday 9 September, 7pm.
And last but not least there are some permaculture parties in Cambridge, Inverness & Berlin.
London, WC1N 3XX, United Kingdom.
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