23.11.2019. / 10:00 – 14:00
About workshop
Regenerative agriculture is topci that we need to start to think and talk about especially if we choose organic farming out of holistic view and intention to improve wellbeing not just of ourseves but envirenement as well.
How to efficiently develope and maintain market gardening and not just keep ecosystem sustained but add to its regeneration – topic is where Richard Perkins has huge experience that he will share with you at his workshop.
Workshop is held in English.
Number of participants is limited.
Fee: 490 kn / 70 Euros
Information and registration: and +385 1 48 47 119
About Richard Perkins
Richard is an internationally regarded teacher, innovative farmer and Permaculture leader.  He is also Author of the internationally acclaimed work Making Small Farms Work.
He has worked professionally in every major climate zone across several continents consulting to projects, farms and industry.  He has also led 50 solo Permaculture Design Course's as well as dozens of other specialist courses, practicums and seminars. Richard's project work includes design and site visits on over 160 varied projects in various climatic zones as well as contributing to over 1000 course participants’ site plans. 
Richard also holds a Diploma in Applied Permaculture Design (UK), HND Organic Crop Production (UK) and has studied extensively in the fields of Keyline Design, Holistic Management, Ecology and Anthropology.  After leaving Organic Crop Production studies at Agricultural College in 1999 with more questions than answers, Richard began studying Permaculture and other ecological design systems alongside bio-construction in various vernaculars’.  Now focused primarily on helping others with Regenerative Agricultural design work, Richard has worked on varied farm and project design and implementation projects from CSA production to whole- farm planning; agroforestry to water catchment and irrigation systems; regenerative business design to Keyline planning, Holistic planned grazing/ decision making/ financial planning to community building work.  
Building up a very diverse and rounded experience over the years, Richard also had the honour to run the first internationally accredited regenerative agriculture training programs in Dominican Republic, Poland and Luxembourg; introduced concepts of Regenerative Agriculture in Poland, Belarus, Latvia, Denmark and Finland as well as pioneered Keyline Design and aspects of Regenerative Agriculture in cold-climate Sweden.  Known for his dynamic teaching, down-to-earth pragmatism, efficient project management and organisational skills,  he is now primarily focused on establishing Ridgedale Farm AB at 59°N in Värmland, Sweden.  He documents the farm regularly through his Youtube channel.  Richard is the CEO of Ridgedale Farm AB, Making Small Farms Work AB and The Farmers Tools, supplying Market Gardeners and Farmers with quality tools for innovative production.
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