We are excited to announce our 2017 Permaculture Scotland gathering will be held on the 30th June-2nd July. Our fantastic venue will be the Hidden Mill in Galloway, a 15 acre permaculture small-holding and ScotLAND Learner. More details to follow soon, get it in you diary now!

Fri 14 Oct 2016

The Permaculture Scotland Working Group met in Dumfries to celebrate the success of the gathering in June and to learn more about sociocracy and how we can apply it to our Working Group.

Thu 08 Sep 2016

By Beth Ramsay

Hello my name is Beth and I am the new Outreach Worker for Permaculture Scotland. I will be providing outreach support for the project “ ScotLAND Phase 2: Engaging hard to reach communities”:

Fri 19 Aug 2016

Following a recent survey, the Permaculture Scotland Policy Working Group have identified the following issues as being very close to the hearts of our members. 

· Land reform and availability
· Food security
· Climate resilience
· Land & nature stewardship
· Community empowerment

Thu 30 Jun 2016

A fantastic time was had at the Permaculture Scotland gathering in Coldstream by the over 80 attendees from across Scotland and Northern England. There were many interesting and thought provoking workshops, tours of the UK's oldest intentional food Forest Garden at Garden Cottage; fun, games and crafts for the kids and The Permaculture Scotland SGM. 

Wed 22 Jun 2016

1 day to go!

If you haven't got your ticket click HERE

Open Space kicks off at 2pm on Friday followed by a full programme of workshops on Saturday and Sunday

Tue 31 May 2016

There Permaculture Scotland General Meeting will be held on the 5th of June at our gathering in Coldstream. The names and statements of those standing for election to the working group can be viewed below, further names may be added until the 30th May. If you wish to stand please email us a statement to be published here by 5pm on the 27th of May.

Tue 17 May 2016

The programme for our 2016 gathering, 3rd - 5th June in coldstream, is shaping up! The fantastic range of workshops and activities on offer includes:

Natural Bee Keeping* and a Visit to the Chain Bridge Honey Farm

Exploring Bioregions in Scotland (with opportunities to collaborate on a future book)

Plant Identification

Bread Making and the History of Wheat*

Sat 30 Apr 2016

Work from home 1 day a week, promoting permaculture in Scotland. The post is funded from a generous donation made by the Robertson Trust, Awards for All, and Bags of Help, it will enable us to deliver the project ScotLAND Phase 2: Engaging hard to reach communities.
 

Wed 27 Apr 2016