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About the Course

Permaculture is a design system developed to create positive change in a world that is out of balance. By working with the principles of nature, we can create farming systems that actively counteract climate change, pollution and hunger. We do this by building edible ecosystems where many different plants, fungi and animals grow side by side and work together to build a healthy and living soil. When the ecosystem is in balance, the soil can sequester CO2 from the air, clean the waters and provide homes for millions of insects and microbes, while creating healthy food for humans.


In Permaculture, we practice applying permaculture design techniques to our own lives – and to use it as a tool to create a greener future. You will get your fingers deep in the soil and get a broad theoretical and practical introduction to permaculture as a design tool and a deep understanding of the opportunities it offers to change the world. The course is primarily outdoors and will be a mix of practical work and theoretical exercises. So be prepared to be outside in all kinds of weather!

Arendse Gulløv

Your teacher

Arendse Gulløv

Is passionate about green transition and social justice and has worked with permaculture and regenerative agriculture for over eight years.
She is a trained organic farmer from Norway with a degree in environmental planning from RUC.

Arendse is passionate about soil and micro life, self-sufficiency and climate change. She has worked on a farm in Iceland and helped start two permaculture farm collectives in Norway and Denmark.

She has worked full-time in farming, self-sufficiency, traditional crafts, and building.

Arendse Gulløv

Lassse Willads Simonsen

Trained organic farmer from Kalø Ecological Agricultural School

Lasse has worked professionally with "handheld" market gardens for many years in several places in the world.
His experience with organic production is both with animals and vegetables on a small and large scale.

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