What would Permaculture be without its teachers – those people that are able to pass on this incredibly diverse and rich phenomenon, that is so hard to put into words and nevertheless has touched and transformed thousands and thousands of people worldwide? It is the teachers that make permaculture accessible and allow the spark to move on to touch more people’s lives, in the workshops and trainings that they are running.
A permaculture plot that is designed and maintained in harmony with nature should remain fairly disease-free. With the right sort of companion planting, use of native species suited to the soil and climatic conditions, soil improvement and irrigation techniques, the plants on the site should generally be free from the worst ravages of pest insects, nematodes and vegetative diseases.
Celebrating the International Permaculture Day in Clonakilty Community Garden.
We are creating the space – based on the ethics and practical tenets of permaculture – for the potential energy of the lodge resident asylum-seekers and the local community for inclusion, integration, education, joy and celebration in the common place.