Permaculture Design Course - 10 Saturdays

Repeats every week every Saturday 10 times.
Saturday, September 21, 2013 - 9:00am to 5:45pm
 

FAll 2013 PERMACULTURE DESIGN CERTIFICATE COURSE REGISTER NOW

Our Fall 2013 Permaculture Design Certificate Course starts September 21st. It is a “10 Saturdays” format course. This format is preferred to many people because it can fit snuggly into a busy schedule. The Permaculture Design Certificate signifies completion of the 72-hour curriculum set forth by Bill Mollison in Permaculture: A Designers’ Manual. This is not a vocational certificate. But the permaculture design skill-set is so practical, and so much needed in today’s world, that you can consider the course a kind of “universal vocational training.”

 

FALL 2013 PERMACULTURE DESIGN CERTIFICATE COURSE SCHEDULE
Class meets 9:00am – 5:45pm each day; arrive anytime after 8:30 to get settled in. (NOTE: If you can’t make all 10 Saturdays, don’t worry — you can make up the missed days at any of our future “10 Saturdays” courses for no extra charge.)

This course includes classroom instruction, hands-on projects (including your site design project), presentations by guest instructors, and field trips. For more details about the content, scroll down this page. We look forward to having you in our class!

Sept 21 – Day 1: Basics 1
Sept 28 – Day 2: Basics 2
Oct 5 – Day 3: Soil & Water
Oct 12 – Day 4: Urban Permaculture; Gardens
Oct 19 – Day 5: Building & Energy
Oct 26 – Day 6: Design Basics
Nov 2 – Day 7: Rural/Farm/Ranch
Nov 9 – Day 8: Design Workshop – 1
Nov 16 – Day 9: Design Workshop – 2
Nov 23 – Day 10: Design Presentations/Wrap-Up

(Date & Location TBD): Graduation Potluck & Celebration

 
 
 
 
Posted by Permie Taelor on Thu, 04/11/2013 - 2:04pm

Event Location

Green Gate Farms
8310 Canoga Rd
Austin, TX 78724
United States

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