One Day Intro to Permaculture & Livestock Management Course in Nairobi

One day Introduction to Permaculture Design & Livestock Management course in Nairobi

When:  February 24th, 2018

Where: Swara Plains, Nairobi

Details: This course will take place at PRI Kenya’s partner site, Nurisha home of PRI Kenya Chair- Gai Cullen. Participants will learn from two of PRI Kenya’s urban facilitators – James Kamau and livestock and vet specialist, Susan. See a semi urban site in action and learn effective techniques in permaculture design and learn about livestock management. Participants will get to see some of the best and well kept livestock at Nurisha itself and learn simple and effective ways to de-bug and take care of animals and livestock naturally. Everyone who has visited Nurisha always leave feeling inspired and motivated to start their own development.

Cost: 4,500 Kshs



Don’t miss this out on this opportunity! Participants will get to see a fully working permaculture model site at partner site – Nurisha in the beautiful Swara Plains Wildlife Conservancy. Nurisha is home to PRI Kenya Chair – Gai Cullen who had lived off the grid for over 17 years now and is organic certified. Gai Cullen has opened her doors to several urban permaculture intro courses which has led to more and more interest, giving valuable insight to easy and manageable key solutions in sustainability and whole systems.


About the Facilitator:

James took his Permaculture Design Certificate in 2017 with PRI Kenya and was offered a partial scholarship to attend the course. James is a passionate organic farmer and has previously been part of the Organic Farmers Market (Kenya) selling his array of fresh produce. He first learned about permaculture in 2016 and has since taken steps to integrate permaculture in own working models. He works with small holder farmers and is eager to get support the farmers to using sustainable practices.

James is now part of PRI Kenya’s network and has taught Intro to Permaculture courses through PRI Kenya in Nairobi. Our aim is to connect the urban development to take up permaculture and learn simple steps to become more sustainable and resilient overtime. James has also facilitated gardening workshops for children with PRI Kenya.



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