Open day meeting

Up to £500 supporting permaculture projects in Wales to be accessible to the public.

Paramaethu Cymru would love to help you open your Permaculture project to the public- to share what we know and care about, and what we are trying to achieve sustainably!

Thu 07 Dec 2017
Connect

Latest funding news on the Paramaethu Connect Project

Tue 05 Dec 2017

Lampeter Permaculture Group (LPG) is starting a local seed library, Banc Hadau Llambed, with the aim of fostering local food resilience by encouraging more local people to save good quality seeds of veg that grow well in local conditions.

Sat 28 Oct 2017
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A Swansea based foster family have set up an Eco-retreat on the Gower to allow foster-children to have contact with nature. Here is their story...

Sat 28 Oct 2017

One Planet Development is a forward thinking and radical planning policy, unique to Wales, that enables people to live and work sustainably on their own land.
Here Stefan Cartwright - co-founder of the One Planet Council gives an introduction to the policy.

Fri 22 Sep 2017

As the Assembly holds a consultation on 'Rethinking food in Wales' Jane Powell asks what Paramaethu has to offer. Permaculture design goes beyond the novel land uses for which ii is best known, and draws on traditional wisdom and historical experiences of social change to propose new approaches to modern challenges. 

Thu 17 Aug 2017

In our second article on rooting permaculture in Welsh culture, Sue Laverack reflects on diversity, language and tradition. Sue worked as a counsellor for many years before moving to a smallholding in southwest Wales, where she is learning Welsh.

Thu 03 Aug 2017

It’s a principle of permaculture design that the boundary between contrasting ecosystems, such as an estuary or a woodland edge, is particularly diverse and productive.The recent Paramaethu Cymru gathering produced some exciting new insights and directions by bringing together some of the different communities in Wales.

Fri 07 Jul 2017

In the first of a series of articles on the importance of rootedness in Wales, Marit Parker challenges permaculturists to value Welsh approaches and perspectives as part of the UK tradition.

Fri 13 Jan 2017