Wednesday 20th September, 6pm-9pm
This evening is part of our ongoing education looking at various aspects of permaculture, sustainability and nature engagement. It will consist of a free farm tour & meal followed by a talk (£10/£5) given by Morag Gamble, international permaculture teacher from Australia. You are welcome to attend either or both. See below for details.
Free Farm tour & meal
Kentish Town City Farm, the first city farm in London, has just celebrated its 50th anniversary. The farm is embedded in the local community providing a place for local people to come and help care for the animals, which include sheep, goats, pigs, donkeys, a cow, chickens, quails, rabbits and guinea pigs. It now has a new feature: a community garden and outdoor horticulture classroom designed and installed in partnership with Permablitz London.
The tour will end with a free meal using using food from the farm and surplus food donated by London’s Community Kitchen. RSVP essential: Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org letting us know you want to join the Kentish Town City Farm tour and meal.
Talk with Morag Gamble – permaculture activist, designer & teacher
Come and join Australian permaculture possibilitarian, Morag Gamble, sharing insights from three decades of practical permaculture action, visiting and working with projects in 22 countries. She has co-founded city farms and community gardens, most notably Northey Street City Farm in Brisbane and the Australian Community Gardens Network. Morag lives with her family in a hand-built off-grid home in award-winning Crystal Waters ecovillage. She is founder of the Permaculture Education Institute and teaches permaculture designers, practitioners and teachers on 6 continents.
Morag also supports refugee women and youth locally adapt permaculture in East African camps. She hosts the Our Permaculture Life blog and youtube channel, the Sense-Making in a Changing World podcast, free monthly permaculture masterclasses and film clubs.
We welcome you to be part of a lively discussion and imagining what’s possible.
Tickets for the talk (£10/£5) available here