with Piers Warren
An introduction to how growing your own food using vegan organic techniques in a closed-loop system, can be one of the most effective ways to lower your carbon footprint and build your self-reliance whilst being beneficial to wildlife and the land. Introducing a range of permaculture and veganic approaches. Taking steps towards self-sufficiency is an exciting and fulfilling journey.
This will be a talk alongside a powerpoint slide show.
Piers Warren is an author, conservationist, film-maker, activist, cook and veganic veg-grower living in Norfolk UK.
Piers is well known throughout the wildlife film-making industry as the Principal of WILDEYE – The International School of Wildlife Film-making, which he created in 1999 and has run ever since. With a strong background in biology, education and conservation, he has had a lifelong passion for wildlife films and has a wide knowledge of natural history. Wildeye Publishing have become the leading producers of instructional wildlife film-making books in the world.
Piers has written over a dozen books and hundreds of magazine articles, many focussing on organic principles and permaculture techniques, sustainabilty, veganism and green-thinking. His best-selling books are in these fields including How to Store Your Garden Produce (published by Green Books) and a co-production with his daughter, Ella Bee Glendining, The Vegan Cook & Gardener (published by Permanent Publications). He has had a passionate interest in self-sufficiency since childhood and is still based in Norfolk where he grows his own food. He is a council member of GreenSpirit.