works of wonder & earth artists unplugged presents a workshop in urban and rural sustainability


Everyone is aware that changes need to be made to address the environmental issues that will affect us in the following decades.

An understanding and practical information in how to address your personal environment can initiate change.

Below is a summary of what will be covered during the nine days.
· life of the soil; mulching; compost making
· succession and productivity; communities of plants (guilds)
· permaculture principles; natural farming principles; using organic methods
· listening /observing / allowing the land to tell you
· design principles
· water cycle; gravity, solar and kinetic energies
· “pests” and protection
· tree planting; seedling production; herbs and healing; vetiver grass; sacred eating; living fences
· yoga; interlaced with; a deepening relationship to the earth;
· growing understanding to the connectedness of creation
· discover where the Earth is hurting in our part of the world and why this is so
· explore ways in which we can act in partnership with each other and the Earth, for a rich healthy life. Plus any other topics that arise will be covered by the facilitation team

Facilitators: Tim Wigley (PDC Earth Harmony), Chatelaine Taylor (PDC 40yrs exp.), Sam Huckle (PDC Plantwize), Beau Horgan (PDC Living Art Farms), Ben Getz ( Art of Living Rural Development ), Sakhiwo Sityebi ( PEGS )

Course Fee: R 2000.00 per person, includes tea & refreshment breaks and lunch

(Limited sharing Accommodation available on farm, please phone for rates)

Children welcome at R150.00 for the week.