The European Permaculture Convergence will take place 8 – 13 August 2018 in County Wicklow in the Republic of Ireland. Just an hour by public transport from Dublin.
The site is in a beautiful valley in the Wicklow Mountains which gives a unique opportunity for a restorative 5 days total immersion in nature. There is a specially designed and professionally led Children’s Programme centred around the theme Children in Nature, based on nature mentoring and the ethos of Forest Schools.
Attendance tickets are €100 for the 5 days of the programme. Children under 15 can attend for free. With a range of accommodation options from €25 camping to €80 for a hostel bed for the duration. Catering will be a choice of wood fire cooked whole food vegan menu plans and exciting local food trucks.
We are excited to release a limited number of 2-for-1 tickets to this year’s convergence whereby you purchase one ticket and Abundant Earth Foundation will sponsor the other for you! There are only 10 available and they are sure to be popular so do be quick! More details on this here.
There’s much more info about the programme, tickets, fringe events and volunteering on our website at eupc2018.ie
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A I Converxencia Galega de Permacultura (CGP 2016) terá lugar no centro de coñecemento La Molinera, en Ourense, entre o 20 e o 23 de decembro de 2016.
La I Converxencia Galega de Permacultura (CGP 2016) tendrá lugar en el centro de conocimiento La Molinera, en Ourense, entre el 20 y el 23 de diciembre de 2016.
En galego /// En castellano (abajo) Continue reading “1st Permaculture Convergence in Galicia, Spain”
The European Permaculture Convergence (abrv. EuPC) is a bi-annual gathering of Permaculture practitioners, teachers and enthusiasts representing the all countries and bioregions of the European continent and beyond. The decision to host the EuPC 2014 in Bulgaria was made following a meeting of the European Permaculture Teacher’s Partnership (EPT) in Vale de Llama, Portugal. The Partnership was a EU-funded initiative that brought together educators within this emerging field to set standards for the implementation of Permaculture education throughout the continent. It included representatives from more than a dozen countries. The first meeting of the EPT was held immediately after the EuPC 2012, which took place in Escherode, Germany. Since the project was part of a two-year funding cycle, it only made sense that that the final meeting should be held right before the EuPC 2014. Leading up to the decision, both the EPT and the Permaculture Council of Europe realized that the event had never been held in an Eastern European country, so the decision for it to take place in Bulgaria was rather obvious. Continue reading “EuPC 2014, Batak, Bulgaria”
By Ryan Sandford-Blackburn, Strategic Communications Coordinator, Permaculture Association Britain
So far we have 82 people coming from across Europe (Germany, Sweden, Slovenia, Ireland, France, Belgium, Denmark, Austria, Italy, Spain, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Serbia, Switzerland, Hungary and Portugal)!
We have the Conference programme online and are really pleased and excited! www.ipcuk.events/conference/programme
There will be over 130 presenters from around the world, in 28 sessions; the session range is intended to bring out the full range of permaculture applications. Continue reading “update on the IPC 12 :: London”
Save the date: 7th to 11th September 2016
EUROPEAN CONVERGENCE EUPC 2016
Location: Bolsena (VT, Italy), Bolsena lake.
Organiser: Accademia italiana di permacultura organizes and designs all this.
Side events: Probably we consider the possibility to do also a PDC course before the EUPC and in parallel or just after a TEACHERS Training Course. Continue reading “EuPC13 :: Italy 2016”
International Permaculture Convergence, London 2015
IPCUK will bring together leading experts and practitioners from around the world.
We have everything we need to create a sustainable world and future. Together we will create a vision of a near future society that is caring, sustainable and fair, and explore how we can collectively design strategies and pathways to make it happen.
Conference, 8-9 September 2015, The Light, Euston Road, London.
Designing the World We Want – two days packed with presentations, workshops, academic papers, exhibitions, music, and art.
Convergence, 10-16 September 2015, Gilwell Park, Essex.
Designing the network we want – for people from around the world using permaculture in their everyday lives and communities.
Edge events, throughout the UK and Europe.
From tours and courses, to talks and more.
Book now for early bird tickets.
Continue reading “Invitation to the IPC12 in London”