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APDC Elective: Techniques for Multi-Stakeholder Permaculture Projects

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Price: $39.00 /per person
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Open to our Advanced Permaculture Design Students as well as anyone in the permaculture community who might work with GROUPS (i.e. multi-stakeholder) on permaculture design projects. Examples include schools, churches, business campuses, land-based non profits or ecovillage/cohouse groups.

Participants in this session will gain foundational knowledge of how multi-stakeholder design projects are different than "simple" stakeholder projects (such as residential) and why special techniques are needed to engage as many stakeholders as possible. We will briefly touch on the significant pitfalls of treating multi-stakeholder projects as if they were simple stakeholder situations.

We will talk about participatory strategies, the Rule of 3, types of engagement, design workshops and labs, surveys, awareness-raising and more. You will leave with at least a half-dozen techniques that you can bring immediately to group design process with confidence.

9:30 Opening and Introductions

9:45 Morning Session

12:30 Lunch Break (bag lunch or go out to pick something up)

1:15 Afternoon Session

3:30 Closing

Facilitators for this session will be Lisa Fernandes and Jesse Watson, with other supporting guests.

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