Enroll now! The whole PDC is only €500 before April 1, 2018!
Over the last years many friends have asked me where they can learn more about permaculture but so often time, transport and life commitments make attending a face to face course impossible. Finally I can recommend a way to learn permaculture that is flexible, affordable and presented by a wonderful team (including yours truly).
Learning about permaculture is one of the most simple, elegant and powerful ways to go beyond sustainability to design a beautiful, abundant, regenerative and resilient life. I’m thrilled to have contributed a module to the Permaculture Women’s Guild Permaculture Design Course (PDC), an online PDC presented by women from over 13 different countries.
This project exemplifies the permaculture principles of Earth Care, People Care and Fair Share. As a collective we have developed an online permaculture course that expands on the core land-based curriculum to include advanced training in social and emotional design approaches. Each module includes hands on exercises and opportunities for further learning that will help you deepen your understanding of permaculture design and practice straight away.
Once you’ve enrolled in the course you’ll have lifetime access to the material and your course fee gives you up to one year to complete your final permaculture site design and be eligible for a Permaculture Design Certificate. As part of your €750 course fee* I’ll be dedicating 3 hours of personalised support and will provide final feedback on your final design and am available for additional support online, and where possible in person.
*Until April 1st, 2018 we’re offering access to the entire course for just €500. After this date or 100 students we’ll be raising the price to €750. This is a amazing opportunity to learn about permaculture and the ethics, tools and strategies to design your life, home and garden. You can sign up for the course here.
Regardless, looking after what we’ve got is important and that means repairing Jaffa’s rust. Thanks to my brother for his old mining overalls. via Instagram http://ift.tt/2GaQV10