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Applied Permaculture Design Course

There are still some places available on this course. It\s shaping up to be a fantastic week, with time for sharing designs, designing and doing practical, and designing the pathway for the woodland community, according to tutor Chris Evans.

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Transition Hay Enters Artworld

Never mind the Royal Academy summer exhibition - get on down to the Buttermarket in Hay on Wye.

The Art Competition in the Buttermarket  will be open on Saturday 17th July starting at 10:30 with winners announced at noon.  300 entries -  what a task for the judges!

Llandeilo deep ecology event

Council of All Beings at Llwynbwch, Friday evening, 30th July to Sunday 1st August

In the tradition of Joanna Macy, a Council of all Beings will be called at the heart of a weekend of deep ecology work. We will gather on the Friday evening and stay together camping on site, until the Sunday afternoon. This is Lammas time, time for the summer gathering of the tribes.

The workshop will be held in the beautiful workshop space of

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Permaculture Design Course at Llandrindod

Brought to you by Transition Town Llandrindod and Mid Wales Permaculture Network

Course runs over a series of six weekends, starting September 2010 through to March 2011

Course framework

The first couple of weekends will look at the building blocks of ecosystems - soil, water, compost, trees and forests. Includes field trip into the woods to do some observation of natural systems and maybe some practical green woodwork. These practical sessions ill be reinforced by video, slides etc

We will look at natural processes like succession and regeneration

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Micro – Anaerobic Digestion

Seminar at CAT

A community based technology to treat food wastes, make fertiliser and create biogas a renewable fuel - Saturday 10 July 2010

Small scale Anaerobic Digestion of food waste, with its benefits of localised nutrient cycling & renewable energy is worth serious

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