Welcome to LPN

Leeds Permaculture Network is a group of people interested in learning about & using permaculture to transform our local environment & living spaces to make a better world for all using nature as our inspiration. Find out more about permaculture here.

There is no joining fee and no official membership of Leeds Permaculture Network; we are an open network, and everyone is welcome to participate.

Feel free to come along to one of our monthly socials, a project work day, or if you want to learn more you could sign up for a course. We run a variety of courses, from a one day brief introduction to an 8-weekend Permaculture Design Course.

Please add local and regional permaculture events to the calendar on this web site. You can also join our emailing list, follow us on Twitter or do the Facebook thing.


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Leeds Permaculture NetworkJanuary 21st, 2017 at 4:12am
Make new friends and learn green living strategies & skills on the Leeds Permaculture Design Course starting tomorrow. Still a couple of places left!
Leeds Permaculture Network
Leeds Permaculture NetworkJanuary 21st, 2017 at 4:12am
Come along to for a cuppa and catch up with people interested in local, sustainable food 19th of Jan at the Heart in Headingley. Pop it in your diary x
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Leeds Permaculture Network shared Leeds Coppice Workers Cooperative's post.January 21st, 2017 at 4:12am
Leeds Permaculture Network
Leeds Permaculture NetworkJanuary 21st, 2017 at 4:12am
Wondering what to do to develop your permaculture practice in 2017? Looking to connect with more like-minded folks? Or just fancy for a weekend away from it all down on the farm?

Join us at the first Yorkshire Permaculture Gathering!
Leeds Permaculture Network
Leeds Permaculture NetworkJanuary 21st, 2017 at 4:12am
We've been sent the amazing photo montage that was on display at the 'Monsanto on Trial' event at Oblong last October. The pictures covers the lives of farmers in Bangladesh who are directly affected by the commercialisation of seeds they've historically cultivated and shared within their communities.

http://www.globaljustice.org.uk/infographics/monsantogallery/

The event attracted an audience with a range of views on the topic, and it was great that someone from LPN had the chance to speak about how the transition to sustainable agriculture might look as part of this debate.

If you get the chance take a look 🙂