Projects and LAND Gathering- Re-creating the Commons at Warland Eco-growing

Event is online

Summary information

Warland Eco-growing is an ancient dwelling in the South Pennines, three miles south of Todmorden. They are restoring the land and its community through permaculture techniques to create The School of Sustainable Living, where traditional practices, crafts and art are explored, preserved and passed on. Our community aims to share with visitors the value of practical, traditional and ecologically sound techniques for land care, work, entertainment, cooking and community living.

In this session, founder David Warland will talk about how Warland Ecogrowing is being established as a commons, where long term committed volunteers are given an area of responsibility and will eventually collectively inherit the farm, as he and his wife Monica have no children to pass the farm onto. David is pioneering this into an innovative legal structure, to ensure the long term self sufficiency of the project and to avoid some of the pitfalls of community politics. Long term volunteer and permaculturalist Darren Roberts will share his experience of being a commoner at the farm and will explain his role and responsibilities along with his current permaculture growing activities and future plans at the farm.

There will be an opportunity after the presentation to ask questions, to share your project news and to ask for any support you need from other projects in the network.

In order to access the event you must be a member and have signed up for your free Projects Membership Offer. The offer is open to any member who runs a project or would like to set one up. Once you have signed up, you will be added to the projects and LAND network mailing list and will receive monthly emails with registration links for our monthly online gatherings and project masterclasses.

Click on this link for more information on how to sign up for your projects membership upgrade:
https://www.permaculture.org.uk/introducing-new-projects-membership-offe...

For more information contact Kath at [email protected]

Booking and further information
Contact name: 
Kath baker
Cost: 
free for Permaculture Association Projects & Group members
Dates and Times
Dates: 
Wednesday, 26 October, 2022

On Zoom- 6.30-8pm

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