Eequ · After school. In place of school. Beyond school.
Earth, Clay + Sand for Natural Building
There is abundance beneath our feet!
Mentored by Ed Dale-Harris of SAWAMentor summary: Permaculture Designer, Architect + Meditator
For ages: 8 - 18+ years
It is a Clay Family Workshop for kids and adults of all ages! For the love of EARTH! This weekend we explore the element of Earth. The soil beneath our feet and the plethora of incredible things it can do, from building houses to growing the food we use to build our bodies. This weekend will seek to bring you to a deeper understanding of Permaculture through Earth for Building. We will be taking the teaching elements in the beautiful natural build roundhouse classroom. Learn how to create these stunning natural structures whilst actually sitting inside a living and breathing roundhouse, a wonderful way to absorb all this knowledge. Actives: * Introduction to Earth in Permaculture, studying the Ethics and Principles * Observations Exercise - the element: earth, feeling different clay and sand mixes * Learn how to source clay and find it in abundance all around us * Find out how to test the clay for use in building * Getting our hands into the clay, learning about the different...
Accommodation, Lunch and Details
Accommodation: Camping is available at Greatham Village Hall, St John’s Field, but need to agreed prior to arrival. Bring your own tent and bedding etc. There are toilet facilities at the campsite, but no showers, we can offer showers at the neighbours house if needed. You are welcome to camp with us from the evening before the course begins. Radical inclusion: We would like to make sure this opportunity is available to all people from all backgrounds, wealth, ethnicity, gender, sex, sexuality, identity etc. This course is open to 16 years and up. For students between 16 - 18 an adult will need to sign a waiver on arrival provided by me. Volunteering Further on the build might be possible get in contact at email@example.com to register interest SAWA Workshops There's a WhatsApp Group you can join to hear more about it all: Food: Vegan/Sugar free - Lunch will be provided on the teaching days. Fresh salads from the garden, and orchard fresh apples as well as a selection of te...
Flow of a Typical Day
Flow of a Typical Day Morning Informal body breath movement session will be offered from 8am. Breakfast Self Organised at Camp Site PotLuck Porridge (do bring something to add to the pot) Followed by all meeting together at 9am for the Circle Check in Session One - 10am - 1pm (with a 15 mins tea and snack break at 11.30) Lunch Break 1 - 2pm - Vegan warm Indian lightly spiced kitchari and fresh foraged kitchen garden salad lunch will be brought to the site and we will eat together there. Session Two - 2pm - 5pm (with a 15 mins tea and snack break at 3.30) Relax time is your own, head to camp site Dinner Self Organised at Camp Site - perhaps a potluck stew (do bring something to add to the pot) The evening is your own - self organised campfires, sing songs and story telling welcome.
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Petersfield Road, Goulds House, Greatham, Hants, GU33 6HA
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