The campaign was a tremendous success. We were able to get the message out to hundreds of consumers and producers.
DATE: will be specified Are you looking for inspiration and first steps to take towards self-sufficiency? Do you want to produce your own organic food, learn how to preserve and store it in ecological, traditional ways? Come to stay with us for a unique weekend of workshops in a the therapeutic atmosphere of our small holding […]
The ECOCENTRE ICPPC is a member of an international network “ECOSITE.” It is the only place in Poland where one can see how various ecological technologies work in practice. All the devices here work, producing electricity, heating water and buildings, or treating sewage. If people can see these things working, it is easy for them to understand how they operate.
DATE: will be specified Price of the workshop: See presentationCo-operatives & co-operation Please apply now to: ICPPC – International Coalition to Protect the Polish Countryside, 34-146 Stryszów 156, Poland, tel./fax +48 33 8797114, email@example.com www.icppc.pl www.eko-cel.pl Accommodation in Potoczek www.potoczek.pl (you are welcome to come earlier and stay longer). There is also the possibility of […]
„MIA electric” car in our centre. [Show slideshow]
The small house also made of clay and straw but using different technique. It was built in five weeks during workshops for youths. It has a wooden framework filled with a mixture of clay and straw. The external walls are thick (45 cm) and no additional insulation is necessary. This house is totally independent of […]
A solar tracker or tracking system is an undercostruction that follows the sun. Our tracker is equipped with a time controller and “follows” the sun from east to west. Thanks to the use of a tracking system we can generate even 30% more energy!
Date: will be specified
1st day – From 14:00 – accommodation in small holding POTOCZEK 19:00 – dinner from local organic produce
2nd day 9:00 – 10:00 – breakfast from local organic produce 10:00 – 11:00 – Our Ark (part I) – visiting ECOCENTRE ICPPC 11:00 – 12:30 – “Quit the Matrix Build the Ark – In Three Steps” introduction by Sir Julian Rose, president of International Coalition to Protect the Polish Countryside-ICPPC, farmer, activists and the author of the books 12:30 – 13:30 – „Our Ark (part II) ECOCENTRE ICPPC, its history and current activities” by Jadwiga Lopata, the leading Polish activist, laureat of Goldman Prize (ecological Nobel Prize) 14:00 – 15:00 – Lunch from local, ecological products 15:00 – 17:00 – Our Ark (part III) – “On the Way to Food Independence” – guided visit to the farm and workshop (how to grow and preserve food, making compost, save seeds) – Jadwiga Łopata and Julian Rose 19:00 – dinner from local organic produce
3rd day 10:00 – 11:30 – “Loan-Free, Energy Saving and Healthy House”, presentation by Krzysztof Wietrzny, expert practitioner of ecological technology and creator of ECOCENTRE ICPPC 11:30 – 12:30 – “Micro-scale energy independence systems for production of green energy for heating and electricity in the home” – presentation by Krzysztof Wietrzny 13:00 – 14:00 – Lunch from local, ecological products 14:00 – 17:00 – Seasonal and healthy eating. Local action plan by Julian Rose and Jadwiga Lopata 17:00 – 18:00 – Summary 19:00 – dinner from local organic produce
4th day 8:30 – 9:30 – breakfast from local organic produce
A model envisioned in “Small Is Beautiful” is possible in reality – welcoming to the Polish countryside.
In the early 1970?s, Fritz Schumacher wrote the book “Small Is Beautiful” and proposed ?an economics as though people mattered? comprising small scale, flexible and ecologically sensitive developments as the long term solution for preserving the planet and the quality of life of its populace. Three decades on, we seem to be no nearer to applying the wisdom inherent in Schumacher?s work.
It is not just the loss of lively hoods and poisoning of the soil that marks this out as the worst crisis to have hit the countryside in centuries, but it is the loss of “a whole way of life” and the great store of knowledge and wisdom that goes with it. Today, a handful of transnational corporations control a high percentage of commercial agricultural activities in Europe and North America ? and a similarly small number of supermarkets dominate the market place.
Date: will be specified Price of the workshop: – 190 PLN per person For more details please apply now to: ICPPC – International Coalition to Protect the Polish Countryside, 34-146 Stryszów 156, Poland, tel./fax +48 33 8797114, firstname.lastname@example.org www.icppc.pl www.eko-cel.pl Accommodation in Potoczek www.potoczek.pl (you are welcome to come earlier and stay longer). There is […]