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Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) Course with Rhamis Kent, at PRI Zaytuna Farm, NSW, Australia (Sept. 30 – Oct. 12, 2013)

Three Weeks To Go – Secure a spot today!


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The Permaculture Research Institute, Zaytuna Farm’s last Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) Course for 2013 will start in only three weeks time — Monday the 30th of September, 2013.

This PDC course will be taught by Rhamis Kent, a permaculture consultant, designer and teacher with a formal training in mechanical engineering and permaculture-based regenerative whole systems design.

Rhamis trained extensively in Australia at Geoff Lawton’s Zaytuna Farm (PRI Australia) where he took his PDC, followed by: Permaculture Earthworks, Permaculture Teacher Training, Permaculture Aid Worker Training and a permaculture internship with Geoff.

His training at PRI Australia led to his involvement with design work connected to the development of Masdar City in UAE after Mr. Lawton and his consulting company (Permaculture Sustainable Consultancy Pty. Ltd.) were contracted by AECOM/EDAW to identify solutions which fit the challenging zero emissions/carbon neutral design constraint of the project.

Rhamis has lectured at Schumacher College in Totnes (Devon, UK) about the application of permaculture in post-industrial Detroit:

He is presently consulting with a delegation of Somali expatriates initiating ecological restoration and education work in Northern Somalia:

To access some of Rhamis’ writing on permaculture, please click here.

The early bird discount for this course is being extended for two weeks. So if you’re planning to take part in this fantastic course, now is the time to book.

No prior knowledge is necessary to take our Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) Courses.

For more information and to book please see the course listings or contact Bonnie on: education (at) permaculturenews.org

Find out more, and book here!

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