Introduction to Permaculture at Anam Cara, Inverness, April 5 – 6 2014

Sat April 5 2014, 10am – 5pm plus evening film Sun April 6 2014, 10am – 5pm Venue: Anam Cara, Inverness, Scotland   Do you want to grow delicious food in your garden? Do you want the garden to also…

New residential PDC for 2014: Permaculture Design, Deep Nature Connection, and Natural Health

July 4th, 6PM– July 18th, 1PM  2014. Anam Cara, Inverness, Highland, Scotland. This holistic approach towards permaculture is a exciting new combination. It reflects the pioneering permaculture vision that Earth Ways has developed over the years. Permaculture starts with nature…

How to Live with Flatworm in a Permaculture Garden

New Zealand and Australian Flatworm The New Zealand flatworm (Arthurdendyus triangulatus) was first noted in the western parts of Scotland in the early 1960s. Flatworms have now been identified throughout Scotland. In its native New Zealand, the flatworm is found…

Why is the Future Permaculture?

What if we make a better world for nothing?
Humanity is on the verge of a major reorganization. I know this is just a mild way of expressing it. I don’t want to put you off reading further by scaring you to much, but fact is that humanity is facing quite a number of crises all at once. Each one of these crises on their own is bad enough to cause major problems to our well being. Some just threaten our health, others thre...

Introducing Earth Ways’ Longest Working Volunteer: Garry Clarke

My background is in the horticulture industry, I studied in both Dundee & Cupar, Scotland. I went on to work for a conservation team with Angus council, the N.T.S as an estate gardener at The House of Dun, many landscape…