Permaculture Design Course

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Permaculture Design Course

Time: February 8, 2014 to March 16, 2014
Location: Restoration Seed Farm
Street: 1133 Old Highway 99 S
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon USA
Website or Map: http://www.sopermaculture.org
Phone: (541) 201-2688
Event Type: permaculture, course, gardening
Organized By: Chuck Burr & Restoration Farm
Latest Activity: Feb 12, 2014

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February 8–March 16, 2014. Take the winter weekend course just as temperatures start to warm up to inspire you for spring. Includes garden planning, food forest establishment, pruning, grafting, greenhouse propagation and lunch. Six weekends, Saturday and Sunday 9-5. Discount for couples $50. Course photographer, student $100 discounts. 

Early $900 ends January 9, Regular $1,100

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