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Short Training Courses
(10 day consecutive maximum) Many of the providers have further details on the Centres and Providers pages.
For all courses assume that booking is required and a fee may be applicable.
Horticulture and Small Holding
Practical and theoretical training in gardening, permaculture and small holding. Everything from winter pruning of fruit trees to housing your hens.
27/09/2019 Intro to Permaculture Design 4 Days
Our expert tutuor, Aranya, will cover the key principles of Permaculture design theory and how we can apply them in redesigning our homes and gardens to be both more sustainable and abundant.
02/10/2019 Wind Turbine Building Workshop 5 Days
05/10/2019 Introduction to Engaging Children in Permaculture 2 Days
A weekend permaculture course for parents, grandparents, teachers and others to engage children in all aspects of permaculture. Composed of both indoor and outdoor sessions we will learn how to spend times with children which are child-centred and/or child-led. Sliding scale £60-£245
13/10/2019 Sustainable Living Workshop 1 Day
Tyland Barn, Kent Wildlife Trust . Contact: 01622 662012 email@example.com www.kentwildlifetrust.org.uk/events/2019-10-13-sustainable-living-workshop
Learn about ways to live more sustainably and explore how to reduce your carbon footprint, as well as plastic and waste reduction.
10/12/2019 Apple Tree Pruning 1 Day
Pucks Oak Barn, near Guildford GU3 1EG, Surrey Wildlife Trust. Contact: 01372379523 firstname.lastname@example.org www.surreywildlifetrust.org/events/2019-12-10-apple-tree-pruning
Enhance your harvest by learning to prune your apple trees properly.
08/03/2020 Apple grafting 1 Day
New Ferry Butterfly park, New Ferry, Cheshire Wildlife Trust. Contact: 01948 820728 email@example.com www.cheshirewildlifetrust.org.uk/events/2020-03-08-apple-grafting-1
David Elwand of Wirral Tree Wardens will talk about local Cheshire varieties of apples and other fruits and show you how to graft fruit trees.
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