Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) Course in Matera, Southern Italy, with Rhamis Kent (8th – 20th March, 2015)

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This is your opportunity to attend this Permaculture Design Certificate Course in Matera, Southern Italy, with Permaculture Designer and Teacher Rhamis Kent. There are limited spaces available, so please register now to secure your spot! This is a residential PDC course taught in English by Rhamis and translated into Italian by Ignazio Schettini. It is… Read more »

Flat Land, Flash Floods and Permaculture

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We hear a lot about infiltrating swales with water, but what do you do when you live on very flat and windy land, next to a river that experiences regular flooding and you don’t need any water in your garden because your whole land is one big soakage swale? This is what Minnesota two acre… Read more »

Permaculture Your New Year and Start Packing Your Backpack

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Have you done a PDC? Have you done an Online PDC? Do you want a hands-on permaculture experience in one of the harshest environments on planet earth? Do you want proof that permaculture works and you want to be part of it? Do you want experience with leading on the ground permaculturists who are getting… Read more »

Permaculture Certificate and Diploma Courses at PRI Maungaraeeda, Sunshine Coast (Queensland, Australia)

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The PRI Maungaraeeda, Sunshine Coast (Queensland, Australia) will be running Permaculture Certificate and Diploma courses. These career courses are not government accredited, but are fully sponsored by PRI Maungaraeeda. In 2015 we will start our inaugural Certificate and Diploma courses. These courses are: The Certificate of Permaculture Farm Leading Hand The Diploma of Permaculture Demonstration,… Read more »

Two Free Places Available for Upcoming Earthworks Course (February, 2015, Tasmania)

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Do you want to learn about Permaculture earthworks and water harvesting? Tiger Hill Permaculture is offering two free placements for individuals in the local Tasmanian community for the upcoming Introduction to Earthworks course facilitated by David Spicer and held at Tiger Hill Farm in Tasmania on the 20th and 21st of February 2015. (You will… Read more »

Permaculture Design Course (PDC), Phayao Permaculture Center, Phayao, Northern Thailand (7-21 December 2014)

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What you will get: A 72-hour Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC), and Bill Mollison’s book, Permaculture, A Designers’ Manual A grounding in all aspects of permaculture Relative hands-on experience working on various projects at Phayao Permaculture Center The experience of living, eating, working and having fun with the Phayao community! About Phayao Permaculture Center The Phayao… Read more »

Carbon Farming Course, Winter 2015 (NY, USA)

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Registration is now officially open for the 2015 Carbon Farming Course, to be held February 3-22, 2015 at the Taconic Retreat Center in New York’s Hudson Valley, USA. Based on your survey responses, the Carbon Farming Team chose a top-notch palette of topics and trainers for the event. Workshops include: Holistic Management & Grazing Keyline… Read more »

Report on 5-Day Permaculture Workshop for the Etse Fewus Herbalists Association in Fitch, North Soha, Ethiopia: Part 2

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Continuing from Part 1. Sunday 21/09/14: Day 4 The group were very happy with the biole preparations we did on day 3. They were amazed that we could make fertilizer out of basic farmyard trash when they had all been paying though the nose for imported chemicals for the past years. So riding this wave… Read more »