|Plufur, Côtes d'amor, France|
(projects i'm involved in)
Posted by Steve Read about 6 years ago
Permaculture is a method of designing sustainable systems that has been used worldwide for the last 35 years. It brings knowledge from various fields (horticulture, agriculture, architecture, economics etc) together under a set of ethics and principles to enable people to create sustainable homes, neighbourhoods, farms, businesses and more. It has a strong emphasis on practical action, personal empowerment and seeking creative solutions to seemingly intractable problems.
The Learning Partnership aims to support the professional development of permaculture teachers. This relates to the Leonardo programme in 3 ways:
There will be 7 mobility activities during the project, serving multiple functions:
This is a large partnership, which will create project co-ordination challenges. However, the partner organisations are united by a common ethical framework, set of guiding principles & working practices. The individuals are united by a passion for their profession and a can-do attitude, and we firmly believe that we will succeed in making such a large partnership work.
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|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course|
|Teacher: Andrew Langford|
|Date: Jun 1991|
|74 PDC Graduates (list)|
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