Wenderlynn Bagnall - Main Profile
CTTLS Level 3- June 2006
Studying Permaculture since 2009
Practical Permaculture Gardening - Brighton Permaculture Trust 2011
Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) July 2013
Resilience Skills with Chris Johnstone Sept 2019
Introduction To Children In Permaculture with Lusi Alderslowe & Rakesh Rootsman Sept 2019
Resilience Practioner Training with Chris Johnstone Oct 2019 - Jan 2020
Art of Invitation - Creative Approaches To Community Engagement Nov 2019
School for Social Entreprenuers - Dartington Totnes Oct 2019 - Oct 2020
People and Permaculture Facilitators Training course with Peter Cow and Looby Mcnamara November 2013
7 Ways To Think Differently - with Peter Cow and Looby Mcnamara (Apprentice) 2013
Introduction To Permaculture - with Jan Martin (Apprentice) 2014
PDC - with Aranya (Apprentice) - 2014
Permaculture Educators Certificate (PEC), in Denmark, with Andy Goldring and Cat Dolleris - May 2015
Background in further education teaching and supporting disadvantaged and main stream young people.
Initial member of core group for Thriving Ways network with other facilitators. https://thrivingways.wordpress.com/category/facilitator-profile/
Co-founder and director of North Devon Permaculture Community Interest Company (CIC). northdevonpermaculture.com
Co-manage and own Wishtree, a permaculture, off-grid LAND learner project in Devon.
I am currently studying towards my Diploma In Applied Permaculture Design
I have worked for 3 years delivering permaculture education to the Early Years Sector. Recently this has grown to include the Children In Permaculture (CiP) curriculum. I attended the Children In Permaculture conference in London in 2019.
I am a long term sufferer of mental illness. North Devon Permaculture was set up to help support people to grow food and connect with the natural world for mental and physical wellbeing. I use my personal experience to share with others, ways I have coped with my mental illness. I have used, and continue to use, permaculture techniques and other practices as coping mechanisms.
Time For Change Champion https://www.time-to-change.org.uk/