Permaculture, Building Community - Sarah Pugh - BS020
This episode is a conversation with Bristol Permaculture legend Sarah Pugh. We discuss the nuances of permaculture in a city and how permaculture is all about building communities.
Black Lives Matter Links
Petitions to sign
- Update GCSE reading list
- Teach British Children About the Realities of British Imperialism and Colonialism
- Anti-Racism Education to be Compulsory in UK Schools
Anti Racism Resources
bit.ly/ANTIRACISMRESOURCES - a detailed list of books, podcasts, videos and articles to read.
"I have been facilitating permaculture courses since 1999 and teaching them since 2003. I was incredibly fortunate to do my apprenticeship with Mike Feingold and Patrick Whitefield, both experienced and innovative teachers. Alongside my teaching I have worked as a community gardener, event organiser and general rabble rouser within the thriving grassroots of Bristol.
My focus has always been on inspiring people to use Permaculture design to improve their local area, through collaborative work and reconnection with nature, particularly in urban areas. I teach an annual PDC in Bristol and contribute to other courses around the country."
- Shift Bristol
- Transition network
- Transition film mentioned
- Tony Wrench
- Permaculture magazine
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