Free Film Night - Short films on UK Permaculture projects

Tuesday 24th November from 7pm to 9pm
at the Herb Garden Café, Llandrindod

Produced by Permaculture People for Permaculture magazine, these 9 short films showcase a number of projects in the UK that demonstrate ecologically sound and regenerative land based practices.  The film on Natural Building is presented by Grand Design's Kevin McCloud. The films were released to coincide with the 12th International Permaculture Convergence held in London this September.

Discover how regenerative agriculture can rebuild soil and repair damaged farm ecosystems, see urban permaculture in action with permablitz and watch natural buildings being made from local resources in front of your eyes.  Get informed, get inspired, and get involved!  (Read more below for details)

Admission to the meeting is free. A donation will be requested to contribute to the costs of refreshments.

A poster to help promote this meeting is available to download.

The films are mostly between 5 and seven minutes long, so the complete programm will run for around an hour.  After viewing the films, there will be an opportunity for discussion and consideration of ideas for local projects.

The films to be shown are:

Forest Gardening, with Martin Crawford

Natural Building, with Kevin McCloud (Grand Designs presenter)

Building Soil with Regenerative Agriculture, filmed at the Village Farm project in Devon

Urban Permaculture, featuring the London Permablitz team

No-Dig Gardening, introduced by commerical grower Charles Dowding

Animal Free Farming, with Iain Tolhurst

Off-Grid Living, featuring Pat Bowcock's five acre permaculture smallholding

Transformation through Learning, featuring projects across the UK that are teaching children and adults about permaculture

21st Century Foraging, with Wild food experimentalist and passionate educator Fergus Drennan 

 

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