Our project: bringing permaculture education to refugees
The current migration situation is not unusual or temporary. We, as permaculturists, take the position that we all need to expand our vision to embrace an uncertain future that includes the mass movement of people.
Our project focuses on what can be done to reconnect those dispossessed of their land with the new place they find themselves, and to build connections there, to learn how to improve soil, grow food and develop livelihoods with few resources.
Our project is permaculture education, where we embed the teaching and learning into the refugee community, to be passed on to neighbouring communities, through direct instruction, peer learning, modelling, and mentoring.