Islam, Sufism & the Permaculture Approach: @ LondonPermacultureFestival: Sun 14th July 2013
Wisdom In Nature invites you to:
ISLAM, SUFISM & THE PERMACULTURE APPROACH
A workshop at the London Permaculture Festival
Date: Sunday 14th July 2013
Time: Workshop: 3pm-3.50pm; London Permaculture Festival: 11am-7pm
Venue: Cecil Sharp House, 2 Regent’s Park Rd, Camden , London, NW1 7AY. Getting there/Map: Click here
Much could be said about the relationship between these three perspectives. This short workshop will be but a little dip! While we may adapt according to numbers of people and our sense of what is needed, the intended theme will be: ‘Relationship‘, and how this is at the heart of Islam, Sufism and Permaculture. We hope to also include some Sufi chanting (optional participation), and sharing.
Shumaisa Khan (WIN) & Muzammal Hussain (WIN)
Also a chance to find out more about the work of Wisdom In Nature and ways of collaborating.
Cost: £5 / £4 concs (u18’s free) entrance to the Permaculture Festival: No additional cost for the Workshop!
About Permaculture: Permaculture is as a practical system for sustainable living, based on observing principles and patterns in nature. Rather than seeing living systems as disconnected parts, permaculture helps us to see them as a whole and aims to maximise the relationships between things. Permaculture has empowered people worldwide to develop projects that work with nature, rather than against it.
WIN will also have a stall at the festival. Come speak with us!
About the London Permaculture Festival:
The London Permaculture Festival is a non-profit grassroots event and is one of the largest permaculture events in the country.
With Workshops, Storytelling, Music, Kids Dome & more.
Topics include: Islam, Sufism & Permaculture; Introduction to Permaculture; Surviving climate change; Our own body ecology and health; Systems, Patterns and Principles in Permaculture Design; Sustainability and parenting; Multi-stakeholder co-ops and community share issues; How to grow food in containers; Create a worm composter; Keeping chickens; Natural beekeeping; Growing plants from seed; and others…Festival Website/More info: http://www.londonpermaculturefestival.com