Nature Observation and Tracking in Permaculture
Permaculture is the art of designing sustainable systems, modelled on nature. Reconnecting with nature and developing observation skills are an essential part of permaculture.
Come to beautiful Moray for a camping-based weekend of nature immersion, in which we will explore a range of practices including animal tracking and nature observation. You will come away with a set of useful tools for understanding the lives of the wildlife around us, and for reading the messages written in the land. These skills are crucial for anyone wanting to interact with the planet in a more respectful way and for learning how to observe what happens to your land when you’re not around. An essential skill for any permaculture designer.
Join permaculture specialist Ludwig Appeltans, and certified wildlife tracker and naturalist Dan Puplett for a fun and eye-opening weekend! Suitable for anyone with an interest in nature, regardless of previous experience.
Places are limited to 10 ppl.
Fri. Oct 11th 6pm to
Sun. Oct 13th 6pm
Close to the River Findhorn, meeting at Forres Train station at 4pm
Sliding Scale £75–150. All included
Bursaries available, send an email to apply.
Register with or contact Ludwig for more information:
firstname.lastname@example.org 07760 142495