AberGreen invites you to the first Permaculture Design Planning Workshop of the year!
Did you know that we have an awesome open space on campus where you can hang out with your friends, and get stuck into growing food?! You could even be responsible for you own patch of land, and help the University community lower it's carbon footprint through growing fresh organic veggies and contribute to the monthly Shared Planet Cafes and AberGreen cooking workshops!
We invite you to come on board and have your ideas heard about how to design this community growing space!
Are you just curious what permaculture entails? Not to worry, we’ve got that covered too!
Come along and meet our AberGreen team, expert gardeners, and sustainability experts, who will happily answer any questions you may have!
The event is free of charge, and we welcome anyone to attend! We’ll have hot beverage and snacks provided too, all you need to do is to come along and be ready to get stuck in!
What is permaculture?
Permaculture combines three key aspects:
1. An ethical framework
2. Understandings of how nature works
3. A design approach
This unique combination provides an ethical framework that is used to design regenerative systems at all scales - from home and garden to community, farm and bioregions.