Thursday, 25 February 2016

Preparation for the Regenerative Landscape Design Course

I spent the last few days with Smilyan Pavlov from Huma selecting design plots for our Regenerative Landscape Design Course scheduled for the late summer of this year.

I'm very much looking forward to this course and believe we have come up with an excellent format. The focus is on delivering a very practical and realistic experience to the participants wherein we'll be out in the field using real plots of land to show how to survey the topography, botany, soil and habitat of a site. Using the information we gather from our surveys, we'll go through how to analyse the data in order to be able to make informed decisions that result in a design that is truly regenerative, productive and economically and ecologically viable.


The plots we are looking to survey during the course were acquired as part of our land stewardship strategy and we intend to plant a range of experimental perennial polycultutres on these nest year when we expand the polyculture project.


One of the design sites photo by Smilyan Pavlov

Smilyan and Georgi will be working with us on the surveying and mapping segments of the course and introducing some low cost mapping tools and techniques . Click here and here to see some of their past work.






For more info see the web page.


Another one of the design sites  Photo by  Smilyan Pavlov




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