The UK Permaculture Convergence, organised by the Permaculture Association, will be taking place in Hulme, Manchester from 20 - 23 September and GROW experimenters and scientists will be there.
Permaculture helps design systems which meet human needs whilst enhancing biodiversity, reducing our impact on the planet, and creating a fairer world for us all. The UK Permaculture Convergence is bursting with opportunities for learning, networking and demonstrating why permaculture is at the forefront in shaping a thriving future for everyone. A programme is available here: https://www.permaculture.org.uk/convergence/programme-2018.
GROW scientists Naomi van der Velden (Permac. Assoc.) and Gerid Hager (IIASA) will be running a GROW workshop at the Convergence looking ahead to what’s coming up next; do come along! There will also be an Experimenters’ meet-up space in one of the cafe areas so we can catch up on our progress, and share questions and insights over a cuppa. Will you join us? Please let us know here.
Naomi, Victoria, Alice, Raquel, Gerid, and the GROW Observatory team email: firstname.lastname@example.org