Permaculture Design Principles in Food Growing
Join Susannah Hall in this training about Permaculture Design Principles in Food Growing.
3 Mar 2021 17:3019:00
Permaculture is an ethical design system, based on ecological principles, that creates sustainable and regenerative human habitats by following nature's patterns.
This workshop will examine how to approach growing food by planting edible ecosystems that maximise yield from a growing space. The approach challenges conventional approaches to food growing by combining annuals and perennials, using plant combinations for fertility and focussing on supporting the soil ecosystem.
As well as presenting a way to understand the approach the workshop will also outline practical ways to approach food growing from a permaculture perspective.
Trainer: Susannah Hall
Susannah Hall is a permaculture designer and organiser for Permablitz London which designs and implements edible garden makeovers throughout London. She is also the gardener at Cecil Sharp House permaculture LAND project and the co-ordinator at the Josiah Braithwaite Community Garden. She offers training in permaculture design and gardening.
Once you register, you will receive a link and a password to our Zoom meeting session.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT MAY BE RECORDED
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