I am in Jordan, where the monthly average wage is 300 Jordanian dinar. To put that into perspective, a phone card for one month cost me five dinar. But buying a car is the same as it is everywhere. Their major issue here is water. They have little rain, with an average of under 300mm… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Courses/Workshops
The Jordan Valley Permaculture Proejct (aka ‘Greening the Desert – the Sequel’) in November 2013 We are pleased with the overwhelming response we’ve had in bookings for the PDC we are starting on October 4th, 2014, at the ‘Greening the Desert’ project in the Dead Sea Valley in Jordan. We have a few places still… Read more »
The first permaculture festival in Italy took place from the 5th to the 7th of September, 2014, in the medieval town of Bolsena. The location was awesome. Why a festival? For the simple joy of sharing. And that is what we saw and lived. Discussing with Luca Puri, who had the idea for this great… Read more »
Our first Permaculture Design Course (PDC) will take place from the 19th – 31st of May 2015 and will be certified by the Permaculture Research Institute. The full 72 hour internationally recognised PDC will be held on site at the UK’s first Permaculture Research Institute, PRI Tap o’ Noth in Rhynie, Aberdeenshire. The course will… Read more »
Grow food, repair land, build community. Join PRI Certified Permaculture Teacher Kenton Zerbin for a 72 hour Permaculture Design Course which will empower you to create systems of abundance! Paying $1000 to our Kickstarter campaign gets you a place on this PDC! Learn how to design and create efficient and resilient gardens that feed, homes… Read more »
Market prices, grower input costs, the weather and rainfall are beyond the control of individual farmers, but the single biggest resource that they can manage in order to continue to reap the benefits from is the soil. – Dr Elaine Ingham World leading authority on regenerative agricultural production, soil microbiologist Dr Elaine Ingham, will conduct… Read more »
We’re happy to announce that Elaine Ingham will be doing another online Soil Food Web Course this year, starting September 15, 2014! Note: We previously advertised this as starting September 22, but this date has been brought forward to September 15. You can register here! Here’s what participants have said about the previous course:
We’re happy to announce that Elaine Ingham will be doing another online Soil Food Web Course this year, starting September 15, 2014! Enrollment for the online Soil Food Web course is Now Open! Here’s what participants have said about the previous course:
The Fertile Roots Foundation is delighted to have Darren Doherty coming to teach our first PDC, on the site of the embryonic Al Fayda Permaculture Cooperative. This project involves 39 families and their land just north of Essaouira on the Atlantic Coast. It’s an area that was until recently semi-arid, but with the rainfall patterns… Read more »
We are still going to be achieving a number of aims in Morocco with our first PDC in October, but I’m not convinced it’s the right way to introduce permaculture to our neighbouring farmers. It might even put them off!! But if that were the case, what would be the best introduction?
Small area of food forest Introduction The Phayao Permaculture Center (PPC) is a new two acre permaculture design implemented to be the retirement farm for myself and my Thai family. It is located in the wet/dry tropics at 19 degrees north latitude in Northern Thailand. Having taken the PDC course with Bill Mollison on Maui,… Read more »
Casitas Valley Farm and Quail Springs Permaculture is honored and excited to offer this evening talk offered by Geoff Lawton, International Permaculture educator and designer and the founder of the Permaculture Research Institute, near to Santa Barbara and Ojai.