Support us

Would you like to support our work? If so, here are some things you can do:

    • Subscribe to our newsletter
    • Write articles/share news in our newsletter
    • Donate
    • Share our work with friends, colleagues, through newsletters,  social media etc.
  • Attend the Children in Permaculture training
  • Translate the resources into your own language

The Children in Permaculture Newsletter

The newsletter is a wonderful way to stay in touch with other people in the network who are passionate about engaging children in permaculture. You can share your news, and hear from others about what they have been up to. It’s a place to get inspiration for your own work with children in designing and creating gardens and/or in activities to do with children.The upcoming dates section might inspire you to link your work to, such as outdoor classroom day or international permaculture day. Updates about upcoming training opportunities can help.


The Children in Permaculture newsletter is sent by email every 6-8 weeks. Make sure that you add newslettercipc (at) to your email contacts so that it doesn’t go into your junk mail. In every issue we state the planned date for the next issue, and the deadline for submissions to it, so do put these into your diary and share your news and pictures!



If you have a little extra cash, we would love to have extra funds to:

  • Increase the hours our outreach worker can do to create content for sharing freely.
  • Pay a graphic designer (to make the resources, newsletter, promotional materials & website attractive);
  • To develop the activities database on the website

You can donate here:


Share our resources

Our website is packed with inspiring resources which are available for everyone to read for free! This includes a database of around 800 ideas for activities which you can do with children, and a spreadsheet of 200+ resources which are relevant for educators about engaging children in permaculture. There’s also songs, videos, a poster and case studies, and that’s not to mention our book which is freely available to read on ISSU! We would love you to share this with your networks – whether on social media or in your own newsletter, please do credit Children in Permaculture and link to our website.



If you find that our resources are not translated into your mother tongue and feel inspired to help translate them, then do get in touch. We’d love to hear from you. It is normally best to start with translating the landing page, and the case studies. If you are interested in translating the book, then we will require a signed contract with an organisation who is responsible for distribution before that can begin.

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