International Permaculture Day – Moy Hill Farm – May 6-7

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Best wave, best surfers!

Happy International Permaculture Day!

at Moy Hill Farm, Ireland

May 6-7, 2017

~ Come Surf With Us ~

____You can’t stop the wave – yet: You Can Surf It!____


Earth Environmental Education unites with permaculturalists around the world to celebrate this great day of community action. Join us for some or all of the day, all welcome. Free of charge, donations much appreciated!

Sign up at westcorkpermaculture@gmail.com. , directions and contact info can be seen at www.moyhillfarm.com

About Moy Hill Farm

Video Of the farmers : Best waves, best surfers!

What is our vision?

Our main objective is to educate our community on organic growing and sustainable living, while providing food and a common space for any and all people in the community, no matter their age, ethnicity or social status. We would like for Moy Hill to be somewhere that people want to naturally spend time at, whether it is to plant some trees, flowers or herbs or if it is just to come and read a book or to hang out to view our beautiful area. The love of nature and the outdoors is the common bond and it is a great way to start meeting other people. It will be there for lifetimes and generations to enjoy.

Contact

Fergal Smith
+353 (87) 130 1937
chair@moyhillcommunitygarden.org
Mitchell Corbett
+353 (87) 388 0170
Alexis Clarkson
coordinator@moyhillcommunitygarden.org
http://www.growing.ie  , https://www.moyhillfarm.com/ , Fb. Event

Timeschedule

MAY 6 /

9-9.30am 6 / Gathering / Tea & Coffee
9.30-11am / Introduction to the what and the how of Permaculture; an overview of the main concepts, principles and patterns used in Permaculture design and an introduction to using applied Permaculture techniques for working with water and soil.
11-11.30pm / Tea break
11.30-1pm / Land Observation and Evaluation – learning to “read” your landscape. The Permaculture Perspective – an introduction to the principles and design methods of this unique approach to sustainability.
1-2pm / Lunch / We invite all participants to enjoy fine dishes “a la pot lock”! By he side of the organizers: We will put some of the locally grown vegies on the table and we encourage All who comes along to bring some food to share. If you can not, it is fine too!
2-5pm / Design Exercise including Site Mapping using Permaculture Principals. This is going to be a practical experience on creating non-dig garden bed. Companion planting such as: pumpkins, sweetcorn, peas, lettuce – to name a few.
5pm / Summary / By the end of the day, you will have a great insight into the basics of Permaculture, how to create a no-weed, non-dig garden bed.
 

MAY 7 /

9-9.30am : Gathering / Tea & Coffee
9.30-11:00am / What is Soil and how to create It? What is the natural circle and how does it work? How to relate to the landscape? Composting & Waste Manadgement techniques.
11-11.30pm / Tea break
11.30-1pm / Setting up compost – practical workshop
1-2pm / Lunch 
2-3pm / Understanding of water & watermanagement
3-3:30pm / Tea break 
3.30 – 4:30 / Hands onGardenmanagement
Summary / At the end of the day you will have a vision about how to put your garden together –  structuring you growing place & creating sustainable circulation!
http://permacultureday.org/ , www.westcorkpermaculture.com , Earth Environmental Education