Made by Jack Hill for his major project at Salford University. Features interviews with local permaculturists: Angus Soutar from the Northern School, and Jules Bagnoli.
The Northern School was set up in 2011 wiith the aim of providing quality training in permaculture design to the best of international standards.
Our main vehicles for this are the Permaculture Design Course and our Permaculture Diploma programme, which has the same roots as the UK Permaculture Association's diploma and the other top international permaculture diplomas. We are regulated by the Permaculture Institute of North Britain.
Everyday Growing Futures (13 minutes, 2013) is directed and produced by Caroline Ward and Erinma Ochu and commissioned as part of the Everyday Growing Cultures project (www.everydaygrowingcultures.org). This project is partly concerned with identifying citizen-led solutions to the current allotment waitlist crisis and is funded by the Communities and Culture Network.
We just have launched the Biospheric Urban Activities, an exciting year long programme full of tours, workshops, courses and other events. We can’t wait to share our research, skills and enthusiasm and through our activities you will experience Read more »
The course is open to all, no previous experience (or courses) are required. It will be useful to those wishing to apply permaculture in urban and sub-urban settings. In addition, the tutors and the expected participants should prove to be a useful resource for people who wish to apply permaculture design within their business or career, and also those involved in community-based projects of all kinds. Read more »
Stout shoes, waterproof, warm clothing and a packed lunch are necessary for these environmental courses. Other small costs may be necessary for site visits. Read more »