Andrea Joswig

Permaculture Design Course on Gberefu Island, Nigeria (April 13 – 26, 2013)

The second Permaculture Design Course takes place in April 2013 in the homeland of the Yoruba people in Badagry and Osogbo, Nigeria. In the mythology of the Yoruba, Osun is the goddess of fertility. She is a wife of Sango, the god of thunder and fire. Sangodare Ayala is an important priest of Sango and an internationally recognized herbalist. He is the adopted son of the late artist Susanne Wenger […]

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Permaculture Forest Garden, Badagry, Lagos State, Nigeria

Since 2011 the Adunni Susanne Wenger Foundation in Nigeria, in Cooperation with the German NGO SONED Brandenburg e.V., built up the Environmental Education Centre called Permaculture Forest Garden at Gberefu Island, in Badagry, Lagos State. Beside the sustainability of the local environment, the project’s focus is on health care, food security, nonviolent communication and the support of democratic processes. Permaculture Forest Garden is supported by the German Federal Ministry for […]

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