Welcome to Permaculture ScotlandGroup visit scheme

The Permaculture Association's strategic network in Scotland

 

This is a place where people who are interested in, learning about, and practicing permaculture can learn from each other, meet, exchange views and find out what is going on. Over time we intend to build the interactive nature of this site.

Our goal is to grow the network in Scotland to be self sustaining and contribute to national health, wealth and happiness, whilst sharing what we have and what we seek with the worldwide permaculture community.

 

Find out more about our ScotLAND Centre group visit scheme - an opportunity currently available until 20 May 2017.

Latest News

Tickets are now available for this year's Permaculture Scotland gathering. There will be lots of talks, demonstrations and workshops focusing on positive solutions. There will be music, dancing, fire-gazing, and feasting for all

Read More... Sat 28 Jan 2017

After exploring the south of Scotland, from the East side to the West, I arrived to the Black Isle, a few miles away from Inverness, in the middle of the Highlands.

There, I met my new hosts Clive and Julie, a couple from London who had decided after almost two years of wwoofing in Northern Europe and in the UK to start a permaculture project of their own.

They bought a house with about 2.5 acres of land and woodland in August 2015, and since then have been working hard, designing and gardening. They were hosting a workshop over the weekend, so we spent the first couple of days after my arrival building the structure for a big hugelbed, that would be filled by the participants with wood, compost, cardboards and leaves.

Read More... Wed 07 Jun 2017

There Permaculture Scotland Annual General Meeting will be held at 1030am on Sunday the 2nd of July

Read More... Sat 03 Jun 2017

My name is Julie, and I am currently travelling in Scotland, visiting different permaculture projects in various places as part of a research project on the interactions between principles, values, and concrete practices in permaculture. I plan on visiting six or seven projects before the end of June, and to write a blog article on each of them, to tell you more about my experience, and to highlight some of my key findings and/or thoughts on different subjects. It is meant to be personal, and you may disagree with some of my opinions – I am looking forward to receiving feedback!

Read More... Mon 08 May 2017

Upcoming Events

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30/06/2017 - 12:15pm
06/07/2017 - 6:00pm
06/07/2017 - 8:30pm
06/07/2017 - 6:00pm
06/07/2017 - 8:30pm
08/07/2017 - 10:30am

Upcoming Courses

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