Category: Courses/Workshops

Farm-to-Table Diary

Farm-to-Table Diary

It’s nearly the end of the season for tender new growth grape leaves. We’re air-pickling them so we can use them in the Farm to Table course coming up this March! The Farm-to-Table Course will cover the five stages of food production from harvesting, processing, storing, packaging, and consumption. This course has a particular focus on the link between farmers, farm communities, ancient food-production practices, and the food we eat. At the heart of this course is the preference for the freshest ingredients supplied directly from Zaytuna Farm.

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Permaculture Livestock Systems Course

Permaculture Livestock Systems Course

Join us for the Permaculture Livestock Systems Course at Zaytuna Fram, home of the Permaculture Research Institute. We have five days jam-packed full of hands-on knowledge, tips and tricks for your Permaculture farm! We are not just teaching this course from a classroom, we are teaching it from a living classroom because we live with these systems every day of the year. We have developed these systems over years of […]

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Give Back to the Garden: Paul Taylor Teaches “Living Soils”

Give Back to the Garden: Paul Taylor Teaches “Living Soils”

“Dirt” is spoken of derisively; it’s easy to trample all over it without a second thought. Yet, soil is one of the essential ingredients for supporting life on Earth. And speaking of our planet, we didn’t name it after water, or the light of our sun, or even ourselves: We named it after the humble soil beneath our feet: earth.

To understand sustainability, to put good food growing practices to work, and to…

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Have Questions, Receive Answers, How Easy is This

Have Questions, Receive Answers, How Easy is This

If you have a site specific problem or just a question you would like to have answered from an experienced Permaculturalist, please read on.

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Geoff Lawton and Dave Spicer talk Confidence with Big Projects

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In this on camera chat, the PRI’s World renowned Geoff Lawton catches up with Dave Spicer, whom he first met at the original Tagari farm. Dave Spicer has joined Geoff on a number of big projects alreay, one of which was the original Greening the Desert site in Jordan. Geoff Lawton is a world renowned Permaculture consultant, designer and teacher. He first took his Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) Course in […]

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Baobs and Bunyas

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The Boabs of Kimberley in the North West of Australia and the Bunyas of the north east coasts of Australia are two trees with outstanding appearance and function. These are two of my special interest trees the Boab Adansonia gegoeri and Bunya Araucaria bidwiili. My visits to the Kimberley began in the nineteen seventies and continued into the eighties. In the years 1999 to2003, I was living in the East […]

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Designing on a Solid Foundation

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Good designing is grounded in knowledge of Permaculture and its systems. Great designing is based on experience. Its a progression of organized inquiry, organized assembly of the findings, and a willingness to allow the patterns to appear. Its a joy to watch the design emerge from all the patterns we lay across the board. We listen to the land and the customer, we do not impose our design on the […]

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This is a truly eye opening location to earn your PDC

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This PDC is hosted by Geoff Lawtons’ renown colleagues Rhamis Kent and Salah Hammad on the award winning Greening the Desert Site in the Dead Sea Valley just 10km north of the Dead Sea and 6 km east of the Jordanian-Palestinian border, directly east of the West Bank. ABOUT THE LOCATION This is a truly eye opening location to earn your PDC. You will be studying on the lowest point […]

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Introduction to Permaculture with Geoff Lawton at PRI Australia

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Introduction to Permaculture Join Geoff Lawton as he takes you into the world of Permaculture Design and introduces you to a new way of looking at the world. This course is for anyone interested in learning more about Permaculture and how they can apply it in their everyday lives to create sustainable abundance. ABOUT THE TEACHER Geoff Lawton Geoff Lawton is the main facilitator for this PDC course. He a […]

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Permaculture Design Course PRI Chile

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The Tools in Your Hands Date: January 4-17 Location: El Manzano, Biobio, Chile Teachers: Javiera Carrion, Grifen Hope, Carolina Heidke Info & Registration: www.elmanzano.org/eventos + [email protected] The Permaculture Research Institute of Chile is happy to announce its next 14 day PRI accredited Permaculture Design Course (PDC) with our diverse teaching team from the 4–17 January in El Manzano one of Latin Americas few working permaculture farms. Innovative Approach With over […]

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FoodWaterShelter PDC Arusha

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Learn the concepts of sustainable living and improved self-reliance through foodwatershelter’s (fws) Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) Course. Join East African based instructors Nicholas Syano & Janet Maro with USA based instructor Jeff Reidl in Arusha, Tanzania from the October 5 to 16, 2015 for this incredible opportunity. For US$850 (scholarships are available through application for East African based participants, as well as group discounts) you will gain valuable knowledge and […]

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2015: A year of ‘firsts’ for Permaculture in Greece!

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Tumultuous times? Permaculture power! Go green, Greece! You may be hearing the worst about Greece, so here’s the best news: people are turning to permaculture! All that abandoned land, all those forgotten properties: permaculture is providing appealing solutions that make returning to the land a desirable and delicious option. It’s the only thing that makes sense in a nonsensical world! And in case you are wondering who I am, my […]

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