Short Courses at BMC
The world is alive. The future is not entirely written. Everything you do, however large or small, matters.
Join us in exploring what the climate and ecological crisis means for you, your family, your community or your career. Then play a role in the transition in ways appropriate to your situation.
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The climate and ecological emergency is not just a question of emissions and temperature. Climate breakdown is but one consequence of many years of unsustainable and unjust exploitation of humans and non-humans alike.
Far reaching systems change requires new ways of thinking, learning and working. See our theory of change here.
Our courses cover a range of topics from practical skills like composting, tree planting and regenerative growing to more in-depth explorations of how to transform systems that are exacerbating our unsustainable economy and how to adapt and prepare for an uncertain future. We offer one day workshops, residential camps and bespoke training at venues across the Black Mountains and at our main site – a 120 acre hill farm called Troed yr Harn in the process of being transformed into an agroecological learning campus. Find out more about our campus here.