We are pleased to announce the return of the All Ireland Permaculture Gathering for 2024, to be held at the Slieve Aughty Centre in Co.Galway on 24-25th August 2024. This is going to be a back to basics event in an exceptional location. As always the format will be self organising, and there will be camping space, and outdoor cooking facilities for attendees to use but this year, its a bring your own food event.
The Slieve Aughty Centre also has a range of available accommodation, and it’s own restaurant.
Early bird tickets are available from just 20 euro for an adult weekend pass. Under 16’s are just 5 euro and we have a limited number of tickets available at this price which includes entry into the event, and camping onsite.
To find out more, and book your tickets – click here
Permaculture Ireland is a group of like minded individuals working together to support one another, offer events, courses and promote permaculture across the island of Ireland. There is no central organisation, rather a distributed network of volunteers who come together to create positive change.
2024 sees the first Permaculture Gathering since the pandemic, and all those involved are looking forward to rebooting this annual coming together of permaculturalists from all over the island of Ireland and beyond.
What is permaculture?
Permaculture is a design process derived from natural systems and cycles in which we live and are a part of. Made up of a set of 3 core principles, permaculture designs can be applied to all aspects of human development in order to build healthy communities for ourselves and future generations. The name ‘Permaculture’ is short for ‘Permanent Culture’.
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