Introduction to Permaculture in Bali Workshop

Date 22 Sep 2018 09:00 AM - 23 Sep 2018 05:30 PM Location The Kul Kul Farm Book Now

Join a two day Introduction to Permaculture in Bali workshop to learn the basics of permaculture design and get you started on your permaculture journey. Learn practical knowledge and skills to empower you to implement sustainable practices and design into your everyday life. The course will take you through the origins, ethics and principles of permaculture and will include both theory and a hands on workshops in the afternoon. You will leave with valuable insights and an ability to create more resilience and abundance in your home and community.

What is Permaculture?

Permaculture is a design process and set of principles that guides us to live and work in ecologically responsible ways. It can be applied to managing land, growing food, designing structures, improving landscapes, and living in community. The term Permaculture (Permanent + agriculture) was coined as a method of agriculture by Bill Mollison and David Holmgren in 1978. It has since grown into a global community focused on using natural systems and ecological design to create communities that live in harmony with the natural world.

This workshop will serve to further your knowledge, expertise and experience in the field of sustainability, regenerative agriculture and permaculture design and is suitable for anyone who is interested in nature living, and would like to understand permaculture ethics & principles and get some hands-on experience.

This course is structured into the first two days of a longer Permaculture Design Course with Chris Shanks, being held at the farm. Interested in the entire course? Have a look here.

The Introduction to Permaculture course is non-residential, and does not include accommodation.

The Workshop Includes:

An understanding of permaculture ethics and principles

Practical skills in permaculture

Tips on how to apply permaculture into your everyday life

An organic farm-to-table lunch, morning tea and afternoon tea

The workshop begins daily at 9am and ends at 5:30pm.