|oxford, United Kingdom|
(projects i'm involved in)
Finstock , GB
(projects i'm following)
Raised in North London and Auckland, I studied biology and environmental sciences culminating in BSc in ecology and sustainable habitations at Oxford Brookes University. I have run my own ecological landscape gardening company in Oxford and London and have developed a system for managing garden ecology through our website www.ecocentrus.co.uk
I was a City Councilor in Oxford from May 2008-12
with the Green Party and teach Environmental Management.
I came to permaculture in 1996 when looking for sustainable solutions and studied under Bill Mollison at the Permaculture Institute in Tyalgum. I lived and worked there for a further 3 months and then helped develop IQ; a community permaculture center in Byron Bay.
My current interests are in teaching Permaculture in Oxford for city block collectives and also for schools, and to teach in France to integrate with local traditional farming.
Due to insuffiecient bookings we have had to cancel the Residential Permaculture Design Course, Northern Spain Leading to the award of a Permaculture Design Certificate Learn the principles of Permaculture in a beautiful and unspoilt part of Norther
A weekend Introduction to Permaculture in the Dordogne Date: 4th - 5th August 2012 Venue: Le Cluzeau, Vendoire Dordogne http://permacultureglobal.org/projects/531-gaiaveda-vendoire
I will be talking at the LONDON PERMACULTURE FESTIVAL THIS SATURDAY 1pm
Sunday 27th November, 6pm The Old Boot Factory, 102-104 St Mary' Road, Oxford OX4 1QD
The course will run over 4 weekends: 22/23 October – 12/13 November – 19/20 November – 26/27 November
Pushing against the tide, I was well relived when I arrived and immersed myself in the festival. Highlights to follow
DORDOGNE HIGH SUMMER PERMACULTURE COURSE. THE FIRST OF MANY TO BE HELD IN VENDOIRE WITH ITS RICH TERROIR
|permaculture design course|
|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course|
|Teacher: Bill Mollison|
|Location: Permaculture Institute, Tyalgum, Murwillumbah, NWS, Australia|
|Date: May 1996|