Garden Open Day

May 6, 2017

May 6, 2017

11:00 am To 4:00 pm

Coldstream, United Kingdom

£25

+44 (0)1890 88 2448

Event Description

Garden Cottage Coldstream, the oldest intentional food forest in Britain welcomes vistors once again for International Permaculture Day.

Arrive 10:30am for a 11:00am start.

Organizers

Graham Bell

http://www.grahambell.org

About the Organisers

Graham Bell is a world renowned permaculture expert who, together with his wife Nancy, created Britain’s oldest intentional food forest garden at their home in the Scottish Borders. Over the past 40 years, Graham has amassed a huge amount of knowledge in permaculture, renewables and sustainable business.

Graham is passionate about permaculture and over the years has helped many thousands of people to come to a better understanding of how we may live in a sustainable, harmonious relationship with our planet through his teaching, consultancy, writings and by sharing his vast knowledge and experience. Clients have included private individuals, groups, communities, governments and companies across the globe.

Graham is currently Chair of Permaculture Scotland and continues to educate through a wide range of permaculture courses, many based in his own forest garden.

Contact Information

graham@grahambell.org

How to book

Bookings at: http://grahambell.org/permaculture-courses/forest-garden-open-days/

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