Delve into the fascinating world of ecosystems, explore permaculture and discover the importance and impact of small green actions! This special one day workshop led by SmallWorld Urbanism and special guest, will introduce green fingered and environmentally minded city dwellers to ‘systems thinking’ and ecosystems versus modern agriculture, ornamental growing techniques and climate change, destructive systems versus regenerative ones.

We will introduce you to some of the tools and techniques of permaculture that you can implement in your back garden. Participants will also gain hands on practical experience planting up a permie-planter. All materials are included.

The day starts at 10am and ends at 4am. Lunch will be a community sharing – so bring some thing made with love to share with your new friends on the day.

This event supplements SmallWorld Urbanism’s sustainable pop-up garden project, specially commissioned by The Mosaic Rooms to accompany Corinne Silva’s exhibition Garden State. The garden and exhibition are free entry so pop along an have a look while you are here!

Places strictly limited. Book now!  RBKC residents are entitled to a 50% discount on places if they book with the code ‘RBKC50’