Permaculture Design Course

This course has been postponed till 2013. Please contact us for information about new dates.

Join us for a two-week intensive certificate course in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Learn how to design sustainable and regenerative systems that are in balance with the natural world. Based on the traditional Permaculture Design Course curriculum, this residential course will include permaculture ethics and principles, patterns and design, soil building, food forests, water harvesting, natural building, zero waste systems, community design, aquaculture, medicinal plants, mycology, alternative economics, watershed management, sustainable forestry, and much more.  The course will use a diversity of formats, including lecture, discussions, hands-on activities, field trips, and team design projects.

Incorporating Woodbine's commitment to indigenous values and sustainable communities, the course will also include sessions on traditional ecological knowledge, social and environmental justice, and indigenous permaculture.

Instructors: Pavlos Stavropoulos, Louise Benally, Robert Chanate, Jim Gibson, Mary O'Brien, and special guests.

Cost: $1,200 by July 31, 2011. $1,300 after August 1, 2011. Cost includes meals and lodging.

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Mailing Address: PO Box 1253 | Littleton, CO 80160
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