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By Jorge on. En nuestra comunidad internacional viven, trabajan y aprenden juntxs voluntarixs con el fin de desarrollar, demostrar, investigar y comunicar formas accesibles de reducir nuestro impacto medioambiental. Estoy desarrollando, lentamente, mi proyecto personal ReDes — Regenerative Design. Candela ha querido comprender los mecanismos de la vida desde una edad temprana.

Le encanta recolectar alimentos silvestres, hacer acroyoga y cantar sus canciones de Permacultura. It covers subjects ranging from ethics and principles of permaculture, natural systems, aquaculture, sustainable design methods, patterns in nature, land restoration, water harvesting, grey water recycling, natural building, food forests and guilds, energy conservation, appropriate technology, renewable energy, urban permaculture and invisible structures.

The course teaches how to develop sustainable human settlements, and how to extend and preserve natural systems. The content will be covered between theoretical lectures and practical applications.

The schedule gives a general idea of what to expect but will vary slightly, course to course. Featuring numerous examples of eco-construction, renewable energy sources, and organic gardens.

A fabulous opportunity for students of permaculture to see a living, breathing center for change and experimentation. The average temperature is In a year, the average rainfall is mm, unevenly distributed. He has been studying permaculture for the last 10 years, having found in it a brilliant framework for environmental action. In he started the teaching group Circle Permaculture which partners with farms and ecological education sites to run well-organised Permaculture Design Certificate courses.

Aside from teaching, he is a long term practitioner of yoga and meditation, a poet and songwriter, slackliner and avid hiker.

Since a young age Liselotte has been exposed to many different cultures and landscapes. This opened up fascination and deep respect for the living and breathing world around her. While finishing her studies of Anthropology and Ecology at the University College Utrecht in , she set off to Costa Rica to conduct research for her thesis. This is where she fell in love with a simple way of living, in balance with nature, combining more recent expertise with ancestral knowledge.

In she sat the PDC course in Sunseed where she subsequently ended up coordinating for a year. Seeing the transformation in people, their habits, and their way of living, inspired her to keep sharing knowledge and the importance of raising consciousness, using Permaculture as a tool to move forward. Travels through South America in to and experiences in the Netherlands and Spain, all led to a desire to share this vision of a more sustainable way of life.

The various homesteads and educational projects gave her experience in diverse elements of community living, eco construction, gardening, baking, seminars, preservation, natural cosmetics and medicinal plants.

Currently she is enrolled in the International Permaculture Diploma with Gaia University, with the intention to expand global networks and create diverse holistic eco-social alternatives to living. Apart from the wonders and expansive world of Permaculture, she is an animal lover, passionate baker, practices yoga and meditation and loves the art of dance!

She loves gathering wild foods, doing acroyoga, and singing her Permaculture songs. By Communication Coordinator on. Permaculture originated as an ecological method for designing sustainable settlements and more recently it has intertwined with more social contexts. Social Permaculture aims to design social systems that favour beneficial patterns of human behaviour. It looks at ways to organise, communicate and cooperate more effectively to create fair relationships. It creates the space for networking with people who are interested in setting up permaculture projects, self reflection, learning and unlearning pathways, as well as the time to co-design with the guidance of experienced facilitators.

If you want to know more and learn to develop tools for creating regenerative livelihoods join us on this course in which we imagine and design a different society. Sunseed Desert Technology will be the stage for this course. It is based in an ancient Andalusian village, Los Molinos de Rio Aguas, with a long historical and geological background. The village is populated with around 50 inhabitants and has been a place of different creative projects like Sunseed, Pita Escuela, el Mirador, Casa de la Realidad and Cultura de la Tierra.

Sunseeds vision is to discover how to live a healthy and ecologically responsible life, working in harmony with nature and other beings alike. Through receiving volunteers, students, interns and hosting a variety of courses, Sunseed aims to realise, educate, demonstrate and communicate appropriate and low technology solutions that support a low impact lifestyle.

It is an excellent example of a non-formal educational project, a living and breathing centre for change and experimentation. Christos Karystinos is passionate environmental and political activist, particularly interested in non-hierarchical structures, seed sovereignty and communal living. He is currently the Appropriate Technology coordinator in Sunseed Desert Technology and enjoys experimenting applications of solar technology and educating people about sustainability.

Since a young age Liselotte Wuite has been exposed to many different cultures and landscapes. She finished her studies in Anthropology and Ecology at the University College Utrecht in , and set off to Costa Rica to conduct research for her thesis.

In she sat the PDC course in Sunseed where she subsequently ended up coordinating the Sustainable Living department for a year. Living in various homesteads, farms, communities and educational projects throughout South America, Netherlands and Spain, all led to a desire to share this vision of a more sustainable way of life.

Currently she lives and works in a community in the Alpujarras, Baile en el Aire, hosting courses, workshops and living off the land. More recently she started to work with Circle Permaculture, co-facilitating Permaculture Design courses and is enrolled in the International Permaculture Diploma with Gaia University, with the intention to expand global networks and create diverse, holistic, eco-social alternatives to living. Apart from the wonders and expansive world of Permaculture, she is an animal lover, passionate baker, loves to forage, practices yoga and meditation and is moved by the art of dance!

The language of the course is going to be in English. Spanish speaking participants are welcome, yet they are required to be able to communicate and understand English. Both facilitators speak Spanish. For any clarification questions, please contact us: karystxr gmail. By volunteer on. First, the spiral is designed in such a way that it retains the moisture at its base.

This design allows a large variety of herbs to grow as it has both a drier zone at the top and a moist area at the bottom. The water management of the spiral is such that no water is wasted. The runoff water is collected and absorbed by the thirsty plants positioned at the bottom of the spiral.

Besides, the stones used to build the spiral retain heat absorbed during the day, keeping the spiral warm when temperatures drop at night. Retaining the heat can be really useful in a semi-arid climate, where we usually face huge temperature gaps between daytime and night time.

More than a practical tool that allows to grow a variety of herbs under the best conditions in a dry area, the herb spiral is also of aesthetic interest. Inspired by nature itself, the design of the spiral ramp is irresistible to the eye and draws it as a focal point in the garden.

This course will introduce ways of using permaculture design in your life, to re-design aspects of your personal life as well as to create sustainaible and resilient human environments. Permaculture can be applied to where do you live, work and play. More info and bookings www. Permaculture offer us new ways of thinking, doing and being that can be use individually and collectively to create sustainable human cultures in harmony with nature.

The course program includes: ethics and principles, design processes, basics of ecology, water management, soil building, plants for permaculture systems, ecobuilding, energy, new economies, with regenerative ideas for: home, garden, neighbourhood, community, region…. That includes all sessions, materials, the Certificate in Permaculture Design , all meals and accomodation in low impact projects— Sunseed y El Mirador.

We would like to offer a reduction to one person with low income that is involved in environmental or social projects. We will only be able to confirm this after 18th September. Organized by: Cultura de la Tierra — Earth Culture.

For further information and booking : www. This course will introduce ways of using permaculture design in your life, to re-design aspects of your personal life as well as to create sustainable and resilient human environments. The course includes the 72hours curriculo recognised by the internatinal permaculture community plus more than 18 hours extra that will enrich the experience, such as:.

One to the Sunseed project gardens, technologies, low impact ; other to the village of Los Molinos and other to the Pita-Escuela project working with agave wood from the desert. In this course you will learn how to design or to refine your design skills, through practical and enjoyable exercices under the guidance of experienced designers. You will learn skills in observation and reading the landscape enabling you to develop a deeper understanding of a place.

You will learn about map drawing and interpretation, about understanding and using patters in nature to use in the designs; and why and how to take care of the soil, the water and the air. You will learn how to design food production systems and water collection systems at different scales; bioregional strategies, forest garden growing, alternative economic systems, renewable energies and design of healthy homes and buildings, domestic liquid and solid waste treatment.

Register here. Register here! Why build a herb spiral? By volunteer on May 12, - Drylands Management. We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it.

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By Jorge on. En nuestra comunidad internacional viven, trabajan y aprenden juntxs voluntarixs con el fin de desarrollar, demostrar, investigar y comunicar formas accesibles de reducir nuestro impacto medioambiental. Estoy desarrollando, lentamente, mi proyecto personal ReDes — Regenerative Design. Candela ha querido comprender los mecanismos de la vida desde una edad temprana.

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