Permaculture 2020

Roe Morrow talks of her plans to reach refugees with permaculture training

The work of Roe morrow goes on. She was one of the first generation permaculture pioneers in Australia and is leading the way bringing permaculture in refugee settlements and using it as tool for displaced people around the world. We were very inspired by her talk at the 2015 International Convergence in London and reading her books was a great help in designing the Sector39 permaculture design course for refugees delivered in Uganda in 2018.

Sector39 PDC graduates in Adjumani 2018
Delivering a full PDC to 40 UNHCR registered refugee community leaders from South Sudan was a highlight of 2018 for the Sector39 team

Permaculture training we had last year is really improving our life . thanks for da support

Droma Isaac, Adjumani

2020 has to be a big year for change. The commencement of the Paris Climate Accord and a full speed rapid transition to a low carbon economy. Permaculture has been putting down roots and spreading its mycelium around the world for four decades and more. It is time we brought much of what has been developing in that time to fruition.

PDC advert for Dragons co-op
Outline for the 2020 PDC at Dragons spread over 6 weekends

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PDc Full permaculture design course in Wales

Back at Treflach Farm

S39 delivered 5 full PDC’s at Treflach between 2010 and 2012, when the farm was still at the beginning of its transition from a more traditional family-run stock farm to a hub for regenerative agriculture. In the time since we were last there they have invested in on-farm value addition, community activities, local food events and much more. The farmer at Treflach has joined the regenerative agriculture network and is exploring mob-grazing, silvo-pasture and many more initiatives. Permaculture has very much been a big part of the journey for the the and we are very excited to be returning there in July.

Permaculture gives you a framework to understand the much more complex patterns and process we see in nature and society. Permaculture is essentially an introduction to systems thinking and pattern language. it is based on observation and experience and requires no prior knowledge.

The course explores themes such as
* Principles of natural systems
* People dynamics and groups
* Basic ecology, soil and compost, guilds
* Gardens, food forests and integrated systems
* Economic systems, money, co-operatives
* Design: building consensus and how to communicate ideas

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Fibonacci, patterns in nature

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