Anna loves going out into the field and giving talks about any subject area of permaculture that your group would like.

Feel free to call and chat through any ideas for an event you are planning.

Here is a flavour of what some recent talks have been:

Bohemia Walled Garden Association 

2017  Summer Chelsea Fringe Festival- What is Permaculture?

2017   Plot Holders Gathering- Why designing your plot is so important

2018 Events

Pett Village Horticultural Society         Monthly Meeting – Permaculture- a general overview.

Hastings Transition Town                          Hosted ‘Sustainable Food Talk’ with Patrick Holden

Tribal Earth Festival                                       Why Permaculturalists Want to Design Everything!

National Permaculture Convergence, Manchester     How to Approach the Bigger Design

Sustainability on Sea,  Public Event      Permaculture in the Garden

Marina Allotments Association                 Permaculture for Allotments


Anna regularly gives workshops about ‘How to Plant a Forage Garden’, ‘Permaculture for Allotments’, ‘How to Grow Organic Food from Seed’ and many other topics- just ask.

The main way to start a permaculture journey is to attend an Introduction Course.

Because designing is so pertinent to permaculture- Anna’s intro course focuses on this- learning the basic skills of permaculture design.



How to do a Permaculture Design- Weekend Workshop

Saturday 23rd & Sunday 24th March 2019

10:30 am – 4:30 pm both days

EARLY BIRD PRICE £100 until end of January (then £150)

This workshops teaches you to think like a permaculture designer.  There are certain basic skills to learn and a set of ecological principles that will help you get the most out of any project.  Permaculture has it’s own tools, frameworks and techniques that have been developed, this will be your chance to start using them.  Bring along your own project to have a go with- garden, house, land, business or community group?  Learn how to create a more abundant and fruitful situation just by thinking differently and designing (planning) things so you know what, where and when you will be doing things.

The workshop will be a mixture of talks, lecture, discussions, video, slide presentation,  activities, and drawing.  We will be walking in nature and in a live permaculture project to demonstrate what we are learning…and make  it easier to remember!

Venue- Mallydam’s RSPCA Education Centre, Peter James Lane, Fairlight, nr. Hastings, East Sussex, TN35 4AH