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In the subject of Permaculture Design, we discuss the world's major crises – and the possibilities for solving them.


Here, you learn how to pull CO2 from the atmosphere and bind it in the ground to counteract global warming.


We are discussing methods to make desert landscapes lush and full of life. You get practical tools to grow healthy food without fertilizers and pesticides. And you will gain knowledge about how you can build gardens with space for rare species and make threatened ecosystems re-establish themselves.


Throughout the spring, you will have ample opportunity to try your hand at making permaculture designs yourself.

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Teacher Arendse Marie Gulløv is passionate about green change and social justice and has worked with permaculture and regenerative agriculture for years.


She is passionately concerned with soil and micro life, plants and climate change.


Arendse has worked on a farm in Iceland and helped start two permacultural farm collectives. Here, she has worked full-time with farm management, self-sufficiency, traditional crafts and construction projects.


. Arendse is a trained farmer from the ecological agricultural school in Norway and has also studied environmental planning at Roskilde University. ​


For Arendse, the beauty of permaculture is that it is a practical and down-to-earth tool for understanding and addressing many of the major crises the world is facing. It gives hope for a future with a rich and exuberant world where nature and people can coexist and flourish.

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