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The 2013 Portland Permaculture Design Course
with Toby Hemenway & Guests
72 hours of instruction & design
over 6 intensive weekends - May to October 2013
(May 18 & 19; June 15 & 16; July 20 & 21;
August 17 & 18; Sept. 14 & 15; October 19 & 20)
Detailed course info at: http://portlandpdc.com
Course Cost for all 6 weekends: $1050 Early-Bird Registration by March 22: $950 Deposit & Payment Options at Eventbrite.com Refer a friend or colleague to sign up as well & receive $50 credit toward the course! Permaculture is a revolutionary design framework that applies natural patterns to human systems. This interactive course is recommended for urban farmers, design professionals, business professionals, public employees, community organizers, homeowners, and anyone seeking a comprehensive framework & toolbox for a regenerative, abundant future.
Toby Hemenway (http://portlandpdc.com/), lead instructor, is the author of Gaia's Garden - A Guide to Home-Scale Permaculture (http://patternliteracy.com), the current best-selling permaculture book in the world.
Throughout the course, Toby will be joined by other world-class permaculture instructors, including Tom Ward, Jude Hobbs, Michael Becker, & Larry Santoyo.
The 6-month format of the permaculture design course gives you the time you need in between weekends to go deep into the course readings & materials. You also have the time & space to observe patterns in the changing seasons and work with your course design groups on a comprehensive final permaculture design project.
COURSE TOPICS - more details at http://portlandpdc.com :
Permaculture Principles, Ethics, & Methods Urban Permaculture & Village Design Food & Energy Security Regenerative Economics Soil Ecology & Rehabilitation Water Harvesting Methods Food Forest Design & installation Green Business Networks & Strategies Natural Cycles & Pattern Literacy Site Analysis & Assessment & so much more!!! details & info at http://portlandpdc.com
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