The problem is the solution: How permaculture can help you overcome your schools challenges

Lusi Alderslowe, Children in Permaculture Coordinator

Discussing the permaculture principle, ‘the problem is the solution’, we will give some excellent examples of how permaculture has helped schools to overcome challenges. For example, if the problem is that food is untended and unharvested in the school holidays, a design which includes perennial food plants will enable you to have a spring harvest and an autumn harvest, leaving the ground well-mulched in June reduces weeding in the autumn.

Who should attend?

School and nursery teachers, kindergarten teachers, forest school leaders, parents, and anyone interested in the education of children

About Lusi

Lusi Alderslowe is a permaculture teacher, with 15 years experience doing permaculture with children. She has a Diploma in Applied Permaculture Design, an MSc in Human Ecology, a Forest School Level 3 practitioner.

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