Permaculture Design Course

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Permaculture Design Course

Time: February 1, 2014 at 9am to April 6, 2014 at 5pm
Location: Jackson Wellsprings Classroom
Street: 2253 Highway 99
City/Town: Ashland, ORegon
Phone: 541-482-7909
Event Type: class
Organized By: Siskiyou Permaculture
Latest Activity: Feb 12, 2014

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Winter/Spring 2014, 6 Weekends Starting February 1st
Lead instructor is Tom Ward with co-teachers Melanie Mindlin and Karen Taylor
 
The world famous PDC introduces an array of solutions, tools & strategies for moving into a home centered, resilient way of living sustainably on the only planet we have.  This is the full certificate course covering the permaculture curriculum set out by Bill Mollison, along with lots of local knowledge and applications.  Participants will learn to apply regenerative permaculture principles and patterns to design integrated homesteads, energy and water systems, animals, gardens, appropriate technology, forestry and healthy communities.  Gather practical skills and learn whole systems design principles for living in ecological balance with the earth.  Join us for this high-powered, visionary look at the possibilities for a positive future.
12 day course held at Jackson Wellsprings, Ashland, Oregon  For more information visit our website at siskiyoupermaculture.com.

 

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