IPC - Sponsors & Collaborators

SPONSORS & COLLABORATORS

Thank you very much to all our sponsors and partners!

We are delighted to have the support of the following organizations which help us shape this event and make it a great success.

LUSH

Lush Cosmetics has recognised the need to support the development of traceable, transparent, ecological and ethical supply lines, which do not damage the earth, or the small famers which care for it. We have seen the relationship between peak oil, climate change and ecological degradation and conventional farming systems. Long and opaque supply chains with many middle men hide degrading spirals of social injustice and ecological destruction. We do not want to be a part of this.
The Sustainable Lush Fund was developed in 2010 to support agro-ecology, food sovereignty, biodiversity and reliance again climate change. Since 2014 we have had a happy relationship with Aranya Agricultural Alternatives and are delighted that they will host the 2017 International Permaculture Convergence.

uk.lush.com

PERMACULTURE MAGAZINE UK

Established in 1992, Permaculture International magazine is a bestselling international quarterly sharing practical, innovative solutions and global perspectives from a grassroots movement in over 130 countries.
A subscription includes the printed issues and FREE Digital & App access to 90 editions / over 25 years of back issues. Digital only subscriptions available for those on the move.
Each issue is read by over 100,000 people and Permaculture’s Facebook following is over 300,000 people.
Course Listings and Classifieds reach the whole permaculture community (print, digital, online) and beyond as we strive to take permaculture to the highstreet as well as those already engaged. Ensuring there are always new people finding out about permaculture for the first time …. which means news people for your courses, events, projects and services.

www.permaculture.co.uk

PERMACULTURE DESIGN MAGAZINE

Permaculture Design has served the North American permaculture community and readers around the world for over 30 years, originally known as the Permaculture Activist. The magazine receives no public funding and has consistently garnered high regard for dedication to grassroots learning and design intelligence. We report stories from readers, activists, designers, teachers, and community organizers across the continent and around the world to reveal the newest discoveries in ecological systems. We attempt to work at the permaculture edge and to provide information useful to people working on the ground.

www.permaculturedesignmagazine.com