Updated: Feb 22
As an urban community how do we leave a legacy of care for the land that we live on?
How do we imagine and think about approaches for collective ownership, stewardship and future urban land use?
The People’s Land Trust School is running a short course for residents living in Cork City Northside interested in learning creative and practical ways to reimagine urban land use.
In the People’s Land Trust School all participants bring their own local knowledge and experience to share. The school is run in an active, creative and participatory way as a means to learn, listen and share ideas together.
We will be exploring the history of land use in Ireland, land ownership models, Community Land Trust’s around the world, sustainability and ecology. Course activities will be an interactive fusion of talks, discussions, screenings, creative workshops and field trips.
Who can apply
Residents living in Cork City Northside.
How to apply
If you are interested in participating in this short course email us for an 'Expression of Interest' form at: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a free course run over six weekly (2.5hr) sessions in Autumn 2020
and again in Spring 2021. Participant numbers are limited.
On completion participants receive a Cert of Attendance
Dates, time and venue to be confirmed.
**All activities are carried out in line with the HSE Covid guidelines,