Introduction to Permaculture Principles and Design for Beginners

Saturday 5th May at 10.30am

THIS POPULAR WORKSHOP IS NOW SOLD OUT!

Stay tuned for another Permaculture Workshop at Cloudehill in September 2018, dates and tickets will be released on-line and in-store very soon....

Permaculture is a form of landscape design that follows recognised principles, while utilizing the features and patterns occurring in our natural eco-systems. With a focus on sustainability, the ultimate goal is an energy efficient and self-supporting environment within your garden borders.

Your introduction in this workshop will be a brief history of Permaculture, while also covering the 12 key principles upon which Permaculture is based.

You will also cover some of the common motivations behind setting up a Permaculture-based system, discuss site analysis and zoning, and all the basics to leave this workshop feeling enlightened and possibly empowered to evaluate your home garden, and perhaps begin to design and implement a Permaculture-based system and environment at home.

Presented by Peter Allen. Known fondly as 'Pete the Permie' of Telopea Mountain Nursery in Monbulk, Pete has been involved with Permaculture on a full time bases since 2002, and now shares his immense knowledge via his many offered courses and teachings in Permaculture design, animal husbandry, organic growing, heritage fruit, and cider making.

 

The Diggers Garden Shop at Cloudehill

89 Olinda-Monbulk Road, Olinda, VIC, 3788

Bookings essential on 03 9751 0584

Diggers members: $39, non-members: $49

Workshops run for approximately 1.5 hours

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