Athrawon Paramaethu yng Nghymru / Permaculture Tutors in Wales
Dyma rhai athrawon paramaethu sy'n byw neu dysgu yng Nghymru.
Here is information about some permaculture teachers that live or teach in Wales.
Jasmine has over 10 years experience teaching and is happy to travel to contribute to permaculture and related courses and to mentor people through their people and land based projects . Her 'Permaculture Design Companion', recently published by Permanent Publications, is a great resource for teachers and anyone interested in applying permaculture design in their lives.
At my own place, near Bridgend, I offer bilingual and Welsh workshops in a variety of practical skills. My website is here:
'I live on the border of Carms, Ceredigion and Pembs and am a member of both the Carms and Pembs/Ceredigion groups. I am retired and have 3 acres or so of garden. I did the part time 6 month Woodland skills course at Coppicewood College a few years ago and am doing the Permaculture Diploma at the moment and am learning Welsh. I am treasurer and regular volunteer at Dyfed Permaculture Farm Trust. I have a background in vocational teaching of adults and would be happy to teach on courses but have not got much time - admin is certainly not my strong point!
To get a better idea of what I am doing read my blog - goingbattyinwales.wordpress.com - where I am doing some posts on Permaculture principles amongst the other stuff. I am particularly keen to show that it is not just about forest gardens and veggies.'
Dr Paul Jennings, Dip Perm des
I'm currently teaching a workshop called 'Wild plants and edible landscapes' which is an introduction to permaculture design through a wild food walk and interaction with our Forest Garden. I've been building it up for about 5 years on and off, usually as part of other courses run at Lammas Ecovillage. I usually charge about £50 for 3 hours.
I'm hoping to do more teaching in the future, but I haven't yet completed my permaculture diploma.
I usually dip out of teaching over winter because the weather's so unpredictable! So I'll start again next spring.
I am continuing to work with diploma apprentices and run occasional Permaculture Introduction and PDC courses.