33 events found.

Make you own Gasifier and Rocket-Stove – Wed Dec 2nd 6.30pm

Have a blast playing with fire. Cooking with fire is an ancient and dependable skill.  The gasifier or rocket stove is amazingly efficient – it needs very little fuel, provides a clean burn and just a little ash. Imagine if you could cook your dinner for free? No electricity or gas needed and you too could get toasty warm. Learn to cook on lots of different types of flames and how to make a rocket stove and candle cooker. Watch water boil in a paper cup, taste the delights of something cooked with just a candle, Your TRAINER: Green-Technology Engineer …

Make you own Gasifier and Rocket-Stove – Wed Dec 2nd 6.30pm

Have a blast playing with fire. Cooking with fire is an ancient and dependable skill.  The gasifier or rocket stove is amazingly efficient – it needs very little fuel, provides a clean burn and just a little ash. Imagine if you could cook your dinner for free? No electricity or gas needed and you too could get toasty warm. Learn to cook on lots of different types of flames and how to make a rocket stove and candle cooker. Watch water boil in a paper cup, taste the delights of something cooked with just a candle, Your TRAINER: Green-Technology Engineer …

Plessis The Grapes

In this workshop we will build a Plessis (a woven natural living fence) for a grape vine. Living fences (Hedges and woven fences) can last for centuries. With a little planning, protection, skill and patience they can be incredibly strong and resilient. Living fences are a valuable tool for gardens, farms, work and living spaces. In this workshop, permaculture teacher April Sampson-Kelly invites you to discover how to weave borders, screens and fences (plessis) out of boughs of mulberry, hazelnut, and most other garden prunings.  Plessis is an old French word for “interlacing” and plesser is the verb “to interlace …

Plessis The Grapes

In this workshop we will build a Plessis (a woven natural living fence) for a grape vine. Living fences (Hedges and woven fences) can last for centuries. With a little planning, protection, skill and patience they can be incredibly strong and resilient. Living fences are a valuable tool for gardens, farms, work and living spaces. In this workshop, permaculture teacher April Sampson-Kelly invites you to discover how to weave borders, screens and fences (plessis) out of boughs of mulberry, hazelnut, and most other garden prunings.  Plessis is an old French word for “interlacing” and plesser is the verb “to interlace …