Introduction to Permaculture
with Michael Wardle
Saturday 26 & Sunday 27 November, 9 am to 4 pm
Join us for two days to learn the basics of permaculture design. This course tackles how to grow food, build houses and create communities, and minimize environmental impact at the same time.
Its principles are being constantly developed and refined by people throughout the world.
The course aims to inspire and empower you to use permaculture design in your everyday life.
You will learn the history, various definitions, design process, ethics, principles, other design tools and case studies from a range of applications.
This course will cover:
℘ What is Permaculture?
℘ Permaculture Ethics and Design Principles
℘ Soil Basics
℘ Composting for beginners
℘ Food Production (forest gardens and garden farming)
℘ Basic Design Framework
℘ Integrated Animal Systems
℘ Social Permaculture
What you get... 2 days of dynamic facilitation and on-ground learning, Practical examples of permaculture in action, Design and gardening strategies to apply in both your inner & physical landscape.
Tickets can be purchased here.
Our Intro to Permaculture and PDC courses offer two part-scholarship positions at half price, for First Nations (Aboriginal / Torres Strait Islander) people.
If you are interested in this opportunity please contact Ronni Martin: firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office on 3857 8775.
The February 2023 PDC is now open for bookings. More info and bookings can be found here.