Klokken: 10:00 - 14:00
What is permaculture?
With permaculture we can design landscapes and societies to provide for our own needs in a way that isn’t just sustainable, but actually regenerates natural ecosystems. At the heart of permaculture are the three ethics, Care of the earth, care of people, voluntary limits to consumption and recycling surplus (often called Fair Share)
What will I learn on the course?
Day one: Find out what permaculture means and the ways we can use it in our lives. You’ll make your own observations and get some great activities to continue with after the course
Day two: Find out about soil and its biological life. What does it mean to have a healthy soil? What techniques can we use to improve soil health?
What is the timetable?
Saturday 10.00 – 14.00
Sunday- 10.00- 14.00
21st- 22nd July
Who is the educator?
Permaculture designer Lou Langdon-
•PDC (Permaculture Design Certificate) from Middlewood Permaculture (UK) 2010.
•Working towards the Diploma in Applied Permaculture Design since the start of 2014.
•Apprenticeship with permaculture practitioners: Aranya and Caroline Aitkin- 2018
•Board member for the Danish Permaculture Association, Permakultur Danmark
Fejø Skole (Møde-lokalet)
Go up the main steps to the school. It’s the first room on the left, in the left-hand corridor.
How do I sign up or find out more?
Write to Lou.firstname.lastname@example.org with
“DESIGN COURSE FEJO” as the subject.
Try to sign up as at least a few days before.
(I print handouts for participants in the days running up to the course, so please sign up- and do it as early as you can!
Would you rather call? (0045) 91 96 04 86
If you need accomodation it’s possible to arrange this, just write to me to let us know.