Resurrecting - translator volunteers needed

The website was created years back during the European Permaculture Teachers’ Partnership (short: ‘EPT’, European PC Teachers). While the software has been updated over the years the content hasn't. 

The aim is to bring the system onto a multi-lingual platform and allow teachers that are with the EuPN to add new content. Access to the new site will be given via the EuPN website.

Welcome to the EuPN assurance program

Welcome to a new chapter in permaculture practice and education across Europe. The European Permaculture Network (EuPN) is happy to introduce our Assurance Program - a fresh and innovative approach to recognizing excellence in permaculture places, educators, and courses. At its core, the Assurance Program is about building trust and ensuring quality within our vibrant community. We understand t/node/1644he importance of accessible, reliable, and impactful permaculture education and practice. That's why we've developed a transparent process to vet and assure the best in the field.

New members-only forum is live

Today, we are pleased to announce the opening of our new members-only community forum.

Our new forum is designed to enrich your experience, offering a space where you can engage in deeper, more meaningful conversations, share insights, and connect with fellow members. We believe that this enhancement will significantly contribute to the quality of discussions and the overall value of our community interactions.

Navigating Environmental Challenges: A Greek Farmer's Quest for Regeneration

Greek island of Evia before the disaster
Greek island of Evia before the disaster

In the world of agriculture, the impact of climate change and natural disasters can be both immediate and devastating. This reality hit home for Giorgos Vallis, an olive farmer on the Greek island of Evia, who reached out to us with a story that is both heart-wrenching and inspiring.