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GREEN GATHERING PERMACULTURE PROGRAMME 2022 - PEOPLE CARE

Learn, play, make friends

Fare Share/Future Care 



Thursday 

Workshop

Speaker

2.30-3.25

Intro to Permaculture drop in – looking at the ethics and principles of permaculture and how you can implement this in your home and community

Cath Palgrave, Field Families


3.30-4.25

Gardeners Question Time drop in – come along and pose your questions big and small to our panel of experts

Tammi Dallaston, Field Families, and friends



Friday 

Workshop

Speaker

10.30-11.25

Out of the Blue – 

Creating  art work for how and why we should care for marine and freshwater wildlife- all ages!

Shelley Anne Law, We Swim Wild volunteer

11.30-12.25

Cultural Emergence- – exploring a toolkit for how to expand our positive impact in the world.

Looby Macnamara, People & Permaculture

12.30-1.25

Hedgerow herbs for health and kitchen -  harvesting, drying, storing and how to use for your health

Tabitha Ridge, hedgewitch

1.30 - 2.25

LUNCH


2.30-3.25

Mother Nature Circle: exploring the journeys of mothers and motherhood.

Emma Gorbutt, Mother Nature

3.30-4.25

tbc


4.30-5.25

Setting up a food co-op - How to make good food affordable in your community 

Ali Taherzadeh, Splo-down Food Co-op

5.30-6.25


Chocolate - producing an ethical, healthy chocolate (with tasting!)

Ben Popple


Saturday 

Workshop

Speaker

10.30-11.25

Mother Nature Circle: exploring the journeys of mothers and motherhood.

Emma Gorbutt, Mother Nature

11.30-12.25

Generation Share

Benita

12.30-1.25

Out of the Blue – 

Creating a wish tree saying why keeping the oceans and waterways pollution free is important to us. All ages!

Shelley Anne Law, We Swim Wild volunteer

LUNCH



2.30-3.25



3.30-4.25

Raw, Organic, Sugar-free Chocolate! Tasting, benefits of and the ethics of making chocolate.

Ben Popple, Mr Popple’s Chocolate

4.30-5.25

Cultural Emergence – exploring a toolkit for how to expand our positive impact in the world.

Looby Macnamara, People & Permaculture

5.30-6.25

Talking Workshop – how is Permaculture relevant to contemporary life?


Charley, Fin and Fry - The Modern Way


Sunday 

Workshop

Speaker

10.30-11.25

Hedgerow herbs for health and kitchen – harvesting, drying, storing and how to use for your health

Tabitha Ridge, hedgewitch

11.30-12.25

Talking Workshop – how is Permaculture relevant to contemporary life?

Charlie Bentley, Fin Lillis and Fry Hopkins - The Modern Way

12.30-1.25

Setting up a food co-op - How to make good food affordable in your community 

Ali Taherzadeh, Splo-down Food Co-op

LUNCH



2.30-3.25

Out of the Blue – 

Creating pledges to the oceans and earth – take home and keep them! All ages! 

Shelley Anne Law, We Swim Wild volunteer

3.30-4.25

Generation Share – the power of positive stories to save the planet

Benita Matofska, The People Who Share

4.30-5.25

tbc


5.30-6.25

Mother Nature Circle: exploring the journeys of mothers and motherhood.

Emma Gorbutt, Mother Nature

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GREEN GATHERING PERMACULTURE PROGRAMME 2022 - EARTH CARE

Learn, play, make friends

EARTH CARE VENUE:

Thursday - 4.30-6.25

Bringing Community into your project: How to positively engage the community in your land based project and the pitfalls to avoid! 

Deb Millar, of Wilder Woods

Friday 

10.30-11.25

Forest Gardening – how to design, create and manage a forest garden

Chris Evans, Applewood Permaculture Centre

11.30-12.25

Earth as a building material- intro to green building. Transmitting building knowledge in a playful and tactile way 

Maria Sanchez, CAT student


12.30-1.25

2.30-3.25

Retro-fit building as a community  - an inner city project making their homes more energy efficient 

Louise and Paul Scrivens,

Retro Fit Balsall Heath 

3.30-4.25

Your Pathway to Permaculture- how can you get into permaculture? 

Katie Bloom, Permaculture Association

4.30-5.25

The Principles of Permaculture – how to connect yourselves, others and the community through permaculture

Eva Liebana, The Den of Wonder

5.30-6.25

Renting an allotment – How to get and grow an allotment

Judy Candy, allotments co-ordinator


Saturday 

10.30-11.25

Your Pathway to Permaculture- how can you get into permaculture? 

Katie Bloom, Permaculture Association


11.30-12.25

How to set up and live in an off grid community

Landmatters Community members


12.30-1.25

Hazel coppice- woodland restoration, products and business

Dave Petty, Leeds Coppice Workers

2.30-3.25

Community Urban Orchards  - creating and managing orchards for the community 

Kate Davie and Witch Hazel - The Orchard Project 

3.30-4.25

Forest Gardening-  how to design, create and manage a forest garden

Chris Evans, Applewood Permaculture Centre

4.30-6.25

Climania  -come and play! A board game designed by teenagers on how to be more energy efficient 

Louise and Paul Scrivens,  

Retro Fit Balsall Heath

Sunday


10.30-11.25

The principles of Permaculture - how to connect yourselves, others and the community through permaculture

Eva Liebana, the Den of Wonder

11.30-12.25

Your Pathway to Permaculture- how can you get into permaculture? 

Katie Bloom, Permaculture Association


12.30-1.25

Retro fit buildings in a community -  an inner city project making their homes more energy efficient  

Louise and Paul Scrivens 

Retro Fit Balsall Heath

2.30-3.25

How to set up and live in an off grid community 

Landmatters Community members


3.30-4.25

Keeping bees naturally – how to create a hive and let it thrive!

Judy Candy, allotments co-ordinator


4.30-5.25

tbc

5.30-6.25

Forest Gardening-  how to design, create and manage a forest garden

Chris Evans, Applewood Permaculture Centre