Czech permaculture by Marie Venerová
An ongoing managing of the Network of Permaculture Projects, assessing whether applying permaculture sites can be placed on a ” map of demonstration permaculture sites” and by appointment visited by the public, is another activity of the association members and volunteers who have a PDC. There are 2 categories of projects.
– The Demonstration sites, which are more complex and interconnect their elements.
– The Projects featuring permaculture elements.
There are 35 sites on the map and you can find it here (please scroll to the bottom of the website) : https://www.permakulturacs.cz/#mapanchor!}.
26 of January 2019, Kyiv, Ukraine (working language – English, with the possibility of remote presentation and participation).
As it became tradition since the III Ukrainian permaculture gathering, in 2019 our national convergence will be organized along with research and practice conference to let researchers and practitioners to communicate for mutual benefit. This time the topic will be “Urban Permaculture”: we will talk about reducing and recycling of waste, creating safe, energy-saving, low-cost housing for people and preserving and creating habitats for the wildlife, efficient mechanisms for self-governance, establishment of direct economic and friendly ties between farmers and city dwellers, urban farming, environmental services and inclusive environments. Please, contribute to our diverse event with your expertise (web-site, Facebook page, registration form)! We expect up to 200 participants and offer free participation for presenters.
Permaculture for Academia conference with the preceding survey was organized on 29-30.09.2018 in Kyiv, Ukraine. It was focused on the academic and vocational adult permaculture education, primarily in the Visegrad counties and in Ukraine. Please, see Recorded conference presentations, Slides, and Conference proceedings. Join Facebook page and ResearchGate project Academic and vocational adult permaculture education to continue discussion and explore the opportunities for further collaboration. Particularly we would like to know if our Polish colleagues are interested in the educational collaboration as the International Visegrad Fund supports projects in Central and Eastern Europe.