European Permaculture Convergence 2021

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We're now live for the European Permaculture Convergence (EUPC) until 17 October! Check out the calendar to fnd out what's happening today.

And you can still book in - it's not too late! - even if you've missed some of the Convergence you can easily catch up and watch it later. Trust us, it's worth it! 

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From Resilient Communities to Youth and Farming with Nature, there's something to suit all levels and interests during this exciting programme.



The EUPC is our offering for this year, giving greater opportunities for connections. There's even more content than ever before, with stories from far and wide.


The programme

National, regional and local organisations are sharing sessions and workshops, as well as pre-recorded tours of permaculture projects.

The full EUPC website with programme can be found at

The primary working language of the convergence is English, with other options explored to help remove barriers, including some edge events in other European languages.

It's not too late to book your place now at


Just a few of the speakers we have in store for you:


The featured guests and organisations will be taking part via live interactive broadcasts or via pre-recorded sections. 

  • Kate Raworth, UK (Doughnut Economics) - Doughnut Economy and the DEAL Platform
  • John D. Liu, China & USA (Ecosystem Restoration Camps)
  • Morag Gamble, Australia (PermaYouth)
  • Stephan Schwarzer, Germany - Regenerative Agriculture, New approaches in Germany and beyond
  • Declan Kennedy, Germany (Co-Founder, European Permaculture Network) - Story of permaculture in Europe
  • Sigi Tatschl, Austria - Edible Communities
  • Luiza Oliviera, Spain - Inclusivity and Decolonization
  • Martin Stengl, Germany - Straw Bale Buildings and Ecovillages
  • Juan Pedro Franco, Spain (La Casa Integral) - Upping food sovereignty in urban areas
  • Looby Macnamara, UK (Cultural Emergence) - Social Permaculture and Cultural Emergence
  • Susannah Hall, UK (Permablitz London) - The Permablitz approach to creating home and community gardens
  • Julia Soler, Leonie Woidt-Wallisser, Ann Doherty - Spain, Germany, Holland (City Plot) - Growing Edible Cities
  • James Atherton, Greece (ReAlliance) - Permaculture response to the refugee crisis
  • Max and Teresa Mai, Austria (WohnWagon) - What needs to change in the construction industry?
  • Lusi Alderslowe, UK (Children in Permaculture)

Find out more about our line-up and schedule on

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Be part of it

So that as many people as possible can attend, there is a ‘donate what you can afford’ structure to this event to reflect the diversity of communities across Europe. Cost is on a sliding scale from €15 to €100 (payments are in Euros rather than GBP).

A donation of €30 is the equivalent of just €3 per day! With over 30 hours of curated content between 8-17 October, as well as other sessions being organised over the course of the event, there will be plenty to choose from. 

This event supports the development of permaculture all across Europe. Funds raised will be used to help support and grow our networks (particularly in more deprived areas of the continent) so that more people can bring about their own positive change. Your donation makes this work possible, so we are grateful for whatever you can afford to give. If you cannot afford the donation, then you can always apply for a bursary for a free place at the convergence using the form here.

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The full EUPC website and programme can be found at

Support Us

We are relying on the permaculture community to work with us to help promote this event to the many people across Europe. This is especially true where the permaculture networks are not as strong or are emergent at this time.

Here are the links to our logos & graphics and written text.

We have a new Facebook Page aimed at building the European Permaculture Community here.

We also have a Facebook Event here. Please let us know if you’re coming and share it to your networks.