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IPC - Convergence

Convergence

CONVERGENCE SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE

The Convergence represents a chance for PDC holders and permaculture/sustainable living enthusiasts to connect deeply with each other and the theme of the event. The Convergence is a five day residential, experiential learning forum where the programme emerges from the contributions of participants. Networking, knowledge sharing, hands-on practices and celebrations will be at the heart of this event.

  November 27 November 28 November 29
6.30 am Arrival Yoga Yoga / Farm work
7.00 am Tea available Tea available
8.00 am Breakfast Breakfast
9.00 am Morning circle Morning circle
10.00 am Session 2 Session 5
11.00 am Tea break Tea break
11.30 am Session 3 Session 6
12.30 pm Lunch Lunch Lunch
2.00 pm Session 1 Session 4 Session 7
3.00 pm Demonstration 1 Demonstration 2 Demonstration 3
4.30 pm Networking & Tea Networking & Tea Regional networking & Tea
5.30 pm Cultural programs Cultural programs
6.30 pm Dinner Dinner Dinner
7.30 pm Entertainment Entertainment Entertainment
  November 30 December 1 December 2
6.30 am Yoga / Demonstration Yoga / Demonstration  
7.00 am Tea available Tea available Tea available
8.00 am Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast
9.00 am Morning circle Morning circle Departure
10.00 am Session 8 Session 11
11.00 am Tea break Tea break  
11.30 am Session 9 Session 12
12.30 pm Lunch Lunch
2.00 pm Session 10 Session 13
3.00 pm Demonstration 4 Demonstration 5
4.30 pm Networking & Tea Closing ceremony
5.30 pm Cultural program
6.30 pm Dinner Dinner
7.30 pm Entertainment Celebration

Daily visits to Aranya farm (developed by the IPC India 2017 hosts Narsanna and Padma Koppula since 15 years) will be organised everyday from 9.00 am to 2.00 am (including lunch) in addition to above schedule.

Wishing to put practical demonstrations and hands-on experiences at the heart of the Convergence, this one will be held on a beautiful permaculture farm. We want our participants and speakers to be closer to Mother Earth, learn, teach and share.