Lammas ecovillage in Pembrokeshire proved an excellent choice for the Paramaethu Cymru gathering in June. Not only did the site offer a beautiful place to meet within the community hub with all the facilities we could need, but also the eco-village itself offers one of the most interesting examples studies of medium to large scale permaculture design in Wales.

Thu 04 Aug 2016

Sector39 have successfully launched thier first full PDC in Uganda attracting farmers, teachers and community leaders from Uganda, Kenya and Burundi. 

Fri 22 Apr 2016

For our Spring Gathering on April 17th 2016 15 of us met at Lynda Lumb’s 2 acre holding west of Carmarthen.

Tue 19 Apr 2016

The Primrose Earth Awareness Trust (PEAT), which welcomed thousands of children and adults to its education site on an organic farm near Hay-on-Wye, Powys, held its closing celebration last August, with a generous donation to build permaculture in Wales.

Tue 16 Feb 2016

News from Welsh National gathering at Lammas Ecovillage, Pembrokeshire,  June 2016.

Newyddion o Gynnulliad Paramaethu Cymru ym Mhentre-eco Lammas Sir Benfro, Mehefin 2016

Tue 02 Feb 2016

Garth Hillside Organic Garden near Llangollen is planning some exciting new courses for the New Year and would like to hear from people who are interested in getting involved. They include composting, herbalism, hedge-laying, coppicing, and wood and straw-bale roundhouse building. They also have regular volunteer sessions on Thursdays.

Wed 04 Nov 2015

Coed Cadw are offering subsidised packs of trees which are UK sourced and grown and are designed to support small scale planting on agricultural land, which is not eligible for tree planting grants from the Welsh Government.

Mon 14 Sep 2015

Dathlu paramaethu yng Ngheredigion: dyma grwp lleol Llanbed yn gwasgu afalau wedi'r trafodaethau - pressing apples with Lampeter Permaculture Group after a weekend of discussions and celebrating permaculture in Wales.

Wed 17 Jun 2015

The Cultivate group at Cwm Harry, together with the Mid Wales Food and Land Trust, the Town Council and NPTC Newtown Campus, took part in an event in March to develop Newtown’s food identity. Taking inspiration from visiting speaker Pam Warhurst of Incredible Edible Todmorden, as well as an exploration of the values that inform food activities in the town, a sense emerged of a community united by awareness of food, and of the importance of making that more visible to the public.

Sun 03 May 2015