Grassroots ecology design organising Practically supporting communities and social movements with agroecology to strengthen food autonomy and resilience to climate change, capitalism and state violence.01Grassroots OrganisingSupporting individuals, groups and movements to organise for food autonomy and ecological restoration.02Popular EducationFacilitating courses and workshops on agroecology and ecological design to help build collective autonomy and food system skills.03Project ConsultancyOffering practical and technical advice in plant and soil science, ecological design and agroecology.José MartíA people that cannot produce its own food are slaves; they don’t have the slightest freedom.Testimonials Working with Nicole on our permaculture plans for the farm was brilliant – she is a good listener, sensitive to the needs of all involved, inspiringly knowledgeable and practical, and really puts her heart into her work. Having someone objective to bounce ideas with, and wholly supportive, with such an informed overview, was invaluable. I would recommend her to anyone beginning a permaculture project.Melodie Mayne, Southdown FarmAn inspiring and diverse plant-based permaculture course. Great venue and thoughtful, sensitive and inclusive delivery. Great mix of theory and practical activity.Alfie Jones, Permaculture Design Course GraduateThe people who are involved in the course (from those who run it to those who attended to learn) have such a wealth of knowledge and sense of community themselves that it was a little like being a small plant, nurtured and sustained in the very best environment. The course itself has given me the community and nurture that I needed as well as a developed interest and a different direction. I can’t thank you enough for that.Shelly Ensor, Community Horticulture Course Graduate Want to learn more? Contact me!