Friday 26 February 2021

The Polyculture Project - Regenerative Landscape Designs - Olivier Bastin - Namur, Belgium

It's been a great experience running our Regenerative Landscape Design - Online Interactive Course where we cover how to Design, Build and Manage Polycultures for Landscapes, Gardens, and Farms. It's particularly rewarding getting to know the participants and their projects from all over the world and watching their ideas and designs grow and develop throughout the course and finally be presented to the group. With permission, we'll be sharing some of the final designs from the course with you over the next few months.

This week, we're presenting a design from Olivier Bastin who created his design for a local citizen co-operative in Belgium, La Coof. Professionally, Olivier is a bioengineer working in the field of naturals solutions for water and soil treatment/management with emphasis on biodiversity (including site design). You can find his website and contact details here. He is also currently working on developing his own project, a small berries "superfruits" polyculture. 

For more information on this design or to contact Olivier, you can use the contact form on his website.

Regenerative Landscape Design - Online Interactive Course 

Want to learn how to design, build and manage regenerative landscapes?  Join us on our Regenerative Landscape Design - Online Interactive Course. We look forward to providing you with the confidence, inspiration, and opportunity to design, build and manage regenerative landscapes, gardens, and farms that produce food and other resources for humans while enhancing biodiversity.

You can find the course details here and at the moment we have a $350 ( 20%) discount for full enrollment to the course. Just use RLD2024 in the promo code  section of the registration form to receive your discount. 

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