Bountiful Bristol Bulletin


The Shift Bristol Practical Sustainability Course 2012-2013 by nadiacatkinhillman
February 23, 2012, 9:59 pm
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This pioneering one year course brings together some of the most experienced and knowledgeable practitioners and tutors in the SW and beyond.

In two and a half days a week for 40 weeks the course covers modules on
Permaculture Design, Organic Horticulture, Green Building, Woodland Management, Soil and Ecology, Energy, Group Dynamics, Relocalisation and Community Engagement.

A holistic exploration of design and practical solutions for a resilient,
productive, community-led future. The curriculum is taught with a dynamic mix of practical hands on sessions, group work, lectures, discussions and field trips with each term culminating in an in-depth design project.

The Practical Sustainability Course includes sessions from over forty tutors including Patrick Whitefield, Ben Law, Tim Foster, Mike Feingold, Tony Wrench, Sarah Pugh, Matt Dunwell, Chris Johnstone, Mike Gardner, Justin Smith, Daithi O’Suilleabhain, Jason Hawkes, Trevor Houghton, Nick Osborne, Jenni Horsfal, Alice Cutler, Jackson Moulding, Max Drake, Jay Abrahams and many, many more.

Keep an eye out for the launch of our new website, which will include
photographs and testimonies from the current year’s students.

Places are limited so book early to confirm your place.
Absolute deadline for applications: 30th June 2012

http://www.shiftbristol.org.uk
shiftbristol@yahoo.co.uk

The PSC indoor classroom is located in St Werburghs, Bristol.

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