Essential Guide to Propagation &
Beginner's Guide to Happy Chicken Keeping
Beginner’s Guide to Successful Herbs & Veggies
Composting, Worm Farming and Organic Waste Management
Kitchen Gardens and Urban Food Forests using Permaculture Design Theory and Techniques
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What people say about our workshops
I had a great time…I like hands on stuff and I feel much more confident about making compost…I knew it was important for my garden and now I can do it…and using the paper and straw and pocket planting is how I am going to finish of my verge.
We loved the workshop very much and found it practical and useful.
good, very resourceful, learned a lot, true permie style – just thrown together and used what you have, got everyone involved
awesome stuff!! so inspired and knowledge hungry for more!! THANKYOU
it was informative and fun – you explained it all in a language to newbies could understand easily. Look forward to more workshops!
Absolutely loved it!
Practical, thought provoking. Made creating a garden seem like a realistic goal, even for a beginner. Lots of info, but didn’t get bogged down in the detail. I really enjoyed it!
I really enjoyed it. Thanks for having us at your home. I hope you benefit greatly as much as we have attending. I am inspired! good job!
We loved the workshop and learnt a lot
Length was perfect. Split between theory and practical was great. The lunch was brilliant.
Thanks Daniel. It is always great to see how people manage their own blocks. The reinforcement of good planning before execution of a (great) idea is always appreciated.
Excellent – more, more!
About the teacher
Daniel Hatfield is a passionate food gardener, educator and permaculturist. He has been working professionally with plants and gardens since 2006, focusing specifically on organic food gardening since 2008. Daniel believes in producing and promoting growing healthy, seasonal and local fruit and vegetables. He describes his practices as ‘beyond organic’. Daniel approaches food gardening from a wholistic perspective, addressing issues at their core, rather than use quick-fix sprays or fertilisers, either organic or inorganic. He enjoys sharing his passion for permaculture and helping people develop confidence and new skills in organic gardening and has been featured on television and podcasts.
Daniel takes his inspiration from the principles of Permaculture, as well as organic farmers such as Eliot Coleman and Joel Salatin. Daniel completed his Permaculture Design Certificate under Geoff Lawton at the Permaculture Research Institute, and holds additional qualifications in art, photography and design.