Registration Now Open!
Center for Bioregional Living's
16th NYC Permaculture Design Certification Course
with Andrew Faust, Lisa DePiano, Keith Morris, Dwaine Lee, Paula Amram, Lars Chelberg
Begins February 16th
At The Commons Brooklyn
Listen to this recently recorded and widely shared Podcast recorded by KMO of C-Realm. In it Andrew talks about scaling up permaculture to upgrade urban centers to be thriving, healthy places for all.
Thinking about registering for our life changing PDC? Here are a few highlights of what we have to offer our students.
• Tuition Only $850
• Flexible Scheduling
• Experienced Teaching Team
• Continued Mentoring
• Urban and Rural Learning Opportunities
• Learn to Apply Permaculture to Business Models and Regional Scale Designs
Here are the dates...
February 16, 17 and 23, 24
March 2, 3 and 9, 10
April 6, 7, 13
All classes are from 10am-5pm on Saturdays and/or Sundays
and will be held at:
The Commons Brooklyn
388 Atlantic Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11217
To Register or for more information email [masked]
Tuition Only $850
We think everyone should understand the principals of permaculture and we are committed to making our Permaculture Design Certification available to more people. We are now offering our PDC course for only $850. All the same content, guest teachers and field trips. It is our lowest price ever and we want to let everyone know about it. No gimmicks no kidding.
In order to receive a certificate students must be present for every class. However, Center for Bioregional Living's PDC's are unique in that we allow students to make up missed days and complete their certificate in one of our many upcoming courses. Want to start immersing yourself in the design solutions of permaculture but can't make all the classes? No problem. You can make up missed days and receive your certificate in a future PDC course.
Experienced Teaching Team
Andrew Faust has nearly two decades of experience designing and teaching permaculture and hundreds of inspired and empowered students. Our entire teaching team is not only experienced but also passionate about teaching Permaculture and sharing the tools for positive solutions. From these leaders in the field you will learn dynamic ways to create opportunity and abundance wherever you are.
Our team of experienced teachers are available to work with you after the PDC is finished. We have continued to mentor and consult with many of our students either in person or remotely on green career changes, business models, permaculture designs, life path visioning, teacher training and more. We want to help you change the world!
Urban and Rural Learning Opportunities
Our rotating campus in the city and our upstate permaculture farm will provide you with the theory and practice to get you where you want to go. Advanced training and hands-on workshops round out your knowledge gained in our PDC.
Learn to Apply Permaculture to Business Models and Regional Scale Designs
Think Permaculture is all about gardening or homesteading? THINK AGAIN! Permaculture is a widely adaptable design tool that enables you to design for an entire system such as a business model, property, region, community, greenway, apartment complex and on and on. Permaculture is only limited by your experience and your imagination. We are here to help you grow both!
Thinking about joining us but want to know more about permaculture and what you will learn in our course?
Watch: Learning to Live Well with the Earth to get to the heart of the beauty that is permaculture and how we approach this essential work of healing the earth and healing ourselves.
You will learn how to apply permaculture principles to a diversity of settings and issues with an emphasis on urban and temperate bioregions. You will graduate with a competency in full site design, master planning and a deep understanding of permaculture design. You will be poised to creatively, imaginatively and comprehensively assess and consult for properties, business models and social structures.
Our Urban Permaculture focus will feature two excellent field trips: one to the extensive green roof laboratory on Randall’s Island with Dwaine Lee of the Horticultural Society and another visiting the community gardens of the Lower East Side that have been retrofitted to harvest rainwater and reclaim brownfields with Lars Chellberg and Paula Amram.
We hope you can join us!