Applewood Permaculture Centre
Regenerating lifestyles, landscapes and livelihoods
Our big vision & how we are making steps towards it
Our big vision is for an abundant and fair world where Earth and people are treated with respect.
Our mission (i.e. our positive steps to reach this big vision) is to provide inspiration, motivation and tools to enable people to be proactive in growing the ethics of Earth Care, People Care and Fair Shares.
Courses available now
- Activating Cultural Emergence online - ongoing enrollment
- Cultural Emergence taster course - ongoing enrollment
Sign up to our newsletter to be notified of new courses or email Emma to express interest in these ones below.
- Introduction to Permaculture Course Course with Chris Evans, Tomas Remiarz & Lucy Walton at Applewood 29th February to 1st March 2020
- Weekend Permaculture Design Course with Chris Evans, Tomas Remiarz & Lucy Walton at Applewood February to July 2020 - EARLY BIRD FEE REDUCTION ENDS ON 30TH NOVEMBER!
- Fruit Tree, Grafting and Pruning Course with Chris at Applewood 14th March 2020
- Forest Gardening Course with Chris at Applewood 2nd-3rd May 2020
- CEED - Cultural Emergence Effective Design with Looby and Andy Goldring at Applewood 11th-16th May 2020
- ACE - Activating Cultural Emergence with Looby, at Applewood, 12th-14th June 2020
- FIT - Cultural Emergence Facilitators Training with Looby and Lucy Walton, at Applewood 13th to 19th July 2020 residential, year long mentoring programme and second residential 12th to 18th July 2021
- PEACE - Peace, Empowerment and Cultural Emergence Course with Looby and Chris Johnston at Applewood 3rd-9th August 2020
Applewood Permaculture Learning Adventure
A PDF Publication
Explore Cultural Emergence, Design Web, Permaculture, 8 shields and 7 Ways to Think Differently in this Applewood Adventure Folio.
Download this amazing resource of inspirations, photos, artwork and learnings created by one of our collaborators Delvin Solkinson.
A garden to walk in and immensity to dream in - what more could they ask? A few flowers at their feet and above them the stars.