|Day 1 (Tuesday 11th of July): Basics, methods, and technologies|
- Permaculture, organic and biodynamic farming
- Farm design and management (agroforestry, regenerative farming, keyline design etc)
- Soil regeneration, fertility maintenance, pest and disease control (including unique Central European and Ukrainian approaches)
|Day 2 (Wednesday 12th of July): Social issues and communities|
- Community-supported agriculture
- Movement of food sovereignty
- WWOOF and agrotourism
- Central European network of permaculture demonstration sites
|Day 3 (Thursday 13th of July): Economy and legal issues: how to cope and be successful?|
- Community-supported agriculture (continued)
- Finding your business niche, increasing product value and using multiple revenue streams
- Developing business model
- Reducing farm expenses and utilizing waste streams
|Presentations||Pre-recodred presentations and discussion club||Presentations||Pre-recodred presentations and discussion club||Presentations||Pre-recodred presentations and discussion club|
|9:00 - 10:30||Registration||Petr Marada (CZ) "Implementation of the Programme of development of the countryside by means of ecoagroenterprising focused on ecosystem services in Czech Republic"||Eva Hauserova (CZ) "Central European network of permaculture demonstration sites" - presentation of the Czech network of demonstration PC sites as the inspiration for creating a multi-national network, discussion||Vincent Liegey "Degrowth and permaculture"||Pavlo Ardanov (UA) "Permaculture for Farms: planning future collaboration"|
|11:00 - 12:30||Alfréd Szilágyi (HU) "How is sustainable permaculture in comparison to conventional and organic farms?"||Denisa Tomášková (CZ) "Introduction to permaculture farming"||Ben Lazar (PL) "Movement of Food Sovereignty"|
Tamas Varga (HU) "Introduction of WWOOF and the possibilities of an organic network"
|Ján Šlinský (SK) "Growing vegetables between idealism and technocracy"||Jennifer and Patrick Lauriol "How you can earn a livelihood through multiple income streams as a Permaculture farmer or gardener"||Maria Paholok (UA) "Wild plants for health and business"|
Тetiаna Chuchko (UA) "Worm farming: from the single box to the whole farm"
|14:00 - 14:45||Eva Hauserova (CZ) "Garden of the Future – project of Petr Haba"||Тetiаna Chuchko (UA) "Rozum-style beds: increasing soil fertility in a short time"||Robert Palusinski (PL) "Deep Democracy meets Permaculture: the cutting edge of diversity!"||Zbigniew Janczukowicz (PL) "Social pros and cons of permaculture in rural Poland"||Zoltán Lengyel (HU) "Community-supported agriculutre (CSA)"|
|15:05 - 15:50||Dóra Drexler (HU) "Diversification of organic food systems with minor cereals and landrace tomatoes"||Feоdor Ryabinin (UA) "Rejuvenation technology of fruit trees with cultivar change"||Ewa Czap "Folk Ecology High School"|
Stanislav Miler (CZ) "Academy of sustainable living. How to share experiences?"
|Bogdan Popov (UA) "Permaculture sanitation for farms and tourism"|
|16:10 - 16:55||Lyubov Margitay (UA) "Organic cultivation of vegetables, fruits, berries, grapes, medicinal and ornamental plants in the system of permaculture design"||Eva Hauserova (CZ) "Czech farming project KomPot"||Simona Albrechtová "Botanical pesticides, and bio management of pests by means of their nartural predators"||Vincent Liegey "Cargonomia, sustainable transportation, healthy and local food and
convivial space in Budapest"
|Eva Hauserova (CZ) "Permaculture farm of Ivana Květoňová"|
|17:15 - 18:00||Eva Hauserova (CZ) Permaculture farms Veselá biofarma and Pozemská zahrada||Béla Baji (HU) 'Thirty years of experiences on a permaculture experimental site'||Sławomira Walczewska (PL) "Permaculture in the Gendered World"||Łukasz Kowalczyk (PL), workshop "Gaia theory and i's practice in a local community by Dancing Gardens Workshops"||Closing session and celebration|