• Introduction to Permaculture Course

    by  • April 7, 2015 • EAT Project, News, Courses & Events

    Saturday 23rd May & Sunday 24th may 2015

    9.30am – 5pm both days

    About the Course

    This stand alone course is an inspiring introduction to permaculture ethics, principles and design. It can help you test the water before undertaking a full permaculture design course. The weekend will explore ‘what is permaculture?’ including the core ethics, principle and skills involved in design, such as observation and systems thinking. You will be introduced to the design process through practical exercises and creative activities.

    About the Tutor

    graham-150x150Graham Burnett has been teaching permaculture since 1998, is a holder of the Diploma in Permaculture Design and author of Permaculture A Beginner’s Guide and the recently published Vegan Book of Permaculture. He runs Spiralseed an ethical venture working in partnership with others who share concerns around social and environmental justice. www.spiralseed.co.uk

    Course Location

    Brook End, is a 4 acre smallholding and LAND demonstration centre designed & managed on plant-based permaculture principles 5 miles from Glastonbury in Somerset. Accommodation is camping. Local B&Bs can be recommended. Lunch & refreshments are provided. All catering will be vegan with as much as possible grown on site & sourced from local growers.


    The course is designed on a sliding scale basis. From £60 (low income workers, unemployed, state benefits) to £120 (average salary). Payment is required by 1st May 2015 to confirm your place. Places are limited.

    To book please email: nicole@emptycagesdesign.org


    Vegan Intro Weekend 2015