see people having the chance to learn a sustainable building method –
earth and cob.
The two-day 'Cob Earth Building Workshop' in early February is one of
many learning oppurtunities David hopes to offer at 'Harmony Farm'.
Other courses will be offered over two weeks at a time and
participants will be able to attain certificates at very low cost, by
also volunteering their time at Harmony Farm, David told 'Blueskin
News'. Other courses proposed include: Conscious Living with All
Beings, Forest Gardening and Permaculture , Herbal Medicine, Native
Forest Guardianship and Monitoring, Sustainable Building and Energy
Systems, and Organic Trail Making.
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