Permaculture Ambassadors Gathering & Skills Share.

Jan 26, 2017

A skills share event for people in the Midlands region of the UK will be held in Birmingham on 10th February 2017.

Permaculture Ambassadors actively share information on inspiring permaculture projects and practices. Being an Ambassador is a great way of developing and practising skills, and gaining confidence in using them. There is a training programme being designed, and this is the first of many gatherings offering the chance to meet others and share skills.

All are welcome (including children). You do not have to be a Permaculture Association member to attend this event.

You’re welcome to bring wares to sell and publicity to advertise services – please contact the Permaculture Association if you need a stall to do so and if you would like to contribute ideas for the format of the day.

The event kicks off with a freshly cooked lunch.

To book your place on this event please click here.

For further information about this event and bookings: communicate@permaculture.org.uk

Cost of event: A donation for lunch.

For extra information about this event and the Permaculture Association please click here.

https://www.permaculture.org.uk

https://www.facebook.com/wwoofuk/

 

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