Course Year: 2018

UK-CE Summer2018

Dates: 26th July – 5th August 2018
Facilitators: Looby Macnamara, Jon Young, Starhawk and Maddy Harland
Location: Applewood Permaculture Centre, Herefordshire, UK

A unique opportunity to discover the Cultural Emergence toolkit from these 4 highly experienced and well-known facilitators.

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Dates: Currently open to enroll
Facilitator: Looby Macnamara,
Location: Online

Discover this profoundly effective toolkit for positive change. You can enroll on the course anytime, and each week for 6 weeks you will receive the new lessons.

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New Dates: 19th & 20th September 2020
Course Facilitator: Chris Evans
Location: Applewood Permaculture Centre, Herefordshire UK

Edible forest gardening is the art and science of putting plants together in woodland-like patterns that forge mutually beneficial relationships, creating a garden ecosystem that is more than the sum of its parts. You can grow fruits, nuts, vegetables, herbs, mushrooms, other useful plants, and animals in a way that mimics natural ecosystems (Jacke). Come and find out how….

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Dates: Year long online mentoring programme and residential 12th – 18th July 2021
Facilitators: Looby Macnamara and Lucy Walton
Location: On-line and Applewood Permaculture Centre, Herefordshire, UK

We offer a unique creative opportunity, to further develop facilitation skills of those who wish to share the profound potential and effectiveness of the Cultural Emergence toolkit. Our course vision is to create a community of Cultural Emergence facilitators, who will inspire transformation and contribute to the growth of a life sustaining culture. This training invites you to celebrate your pathway, build confidence, and become a skilled and empowered facilitator and designer.

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* NEW DATES FOR 2021 TBC *
Facilitators: Looby Macnamara and Chris Johnstone
Location: Applewood Permaculture Centre, Herefordshire, UK

Join us for a nourishing and empowering week, discovering and embodying tools to connect to ourselves, each other and the land.

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