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Fri, 09 Feb



Permaculture weekend in Slieve Aughty Centre

We are delighted to co-funded with Galway County Public Participation Network, a FREE PERMACULTURE WORKSHOP with Alfred Decker, Internationally renown Permaculture Educator and Designer, at the Slieve Aughty Center over the weekend of 9th, 10th, 11th February 2024.

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Permaculture weekend in Slieve Aughty Centre
Permaculture weekend in Slieve Aughty Centre

Time & Location

09 Feb 2024, 18:30 – 11 Feb 2024, 13:30

Loughrea, Kylebrack West, Loughrea, Co. Galway, Ireland

About The Event

This Workshop is in partnership with the Galway County Public Participation Network.

Time of start: 9th February - 6.30pm - 9pm - 10th February - 10.30am - 5.30pm- 11th February 10.30 am - 1.30pm   

To attend you must be able to do all workshops over the 3 days!

Book your place as there are limited tickets available! 

Permaculture is a holistic design system based on living systems, and the ethics and principles mimicked and understood from being in and observing nature, proposing transformative regenerative and restorative practices for the health and wellbeing of our planet, our communities and ourselves.

Permaculture methods are regenerative, meaning that they maintain healthy, nutrient-rich soils, minimize waste, conserve water and protect biodiversity, natural ecosystems and habitats!

During the weekend course you will find out more about; living systems theory, the social permaculture ethics of People Care, Planet Care & Fair Share, the design principles and the 7 concepts of holistic living - Holmgren's Permaculture Flower, and how they can be applied in nature, in your garden, in our communities and in the wider possibilities for our everyday lives, sharing and exploring transformative social and regenerative practices and examples of their practical application.

While the discipline originated as an ecological method for designing sustainable full-featured human settlements, more recently the design principles have been applied in urban, social and group contexts to organise, communicate and cooperate more effectively, rethinking existing social and economic structures – we call this Social Permaculture. Social permaculture is about connection – between people, economies, and governing structures – and creating the conditions for humans to flourish on a societal level. 

For more info on Alfred’s work please visit -

 Bígí Linn sa Sliabh Eachtai!!

Watch out for more details on all CELT courses and events in the coming year. 

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