Urban Permaculture: designing a life of ecological abundance
The Covent Garden Market is honoured to have Becky Ellis join us for an amazing workshops. She is the creator of the podcast Permaculture for the People and a prominent community member in pollinator projects around London. Her bio can be found below.
Free to attend. First Come First Serve the day of.
June 8th 11am-12pm Urban Permaculture: designing a life of ecological abundance
More details to come, but we wanted to make sure you had a chance to mark this on your calendar! This workshop is in conjunction with our outdoor farmers’ market. Sign up for our newsletter at www.coventmarket.com to stay up to date on all farmers’ market related programming.
“I am a permaculture educator and community activist. Currently, I am PhD candidate at Western University in the Geography department and a resident at the Rotman Institute of Philosophy. My PhD research is focused on the relationship between people and urban bees. My M.A. in Anthropology (2010), also at Western University, was about gentrification and belonging in a community garden in Toronto. I believe passionately in the importance of being an activist academic. In 2010, I attended a permaculture design course – Earth Activist Training – taught by Starhawk. I have practiced, taught and been inspired by permaculture ever since. In addition to maintaining the Permaculture for the People podcast and blog, I also conduct permaculture presentations and education around the world.”
*Event Photo from https://permacultureforthepeople.org/