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Mae Taeng, Chiang Mai, TH
Cape Eleuthera, BS
New Hope, US
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Posted by Adam Dusen over 12 years ago
The Panya Project has a visiting schools program offered as a fantastic opportunity for students to learn about permaculture and sustainable design from a very hands-on perspective. Here is a picture I came across recently of my buddy Ben and me leading a session on the 18-day Berkeley composting method. The school group, an international high school from Korea, were only there for a few days but were literally crying when it was time to leave. They plan on returning next year, too!
Permaculture is just as important an education tool as it is a design tool. With any luck, the coming generation should be even more aware of sustainability and permaculture and should be willing and able to tackle the unique environmental challenges of the 21st century.
If you represent a school that might be interested in participating in Panya's visiting schools program, feel free to send an e-mail to [email protected]
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|Panya Project Permaculture Design Course
|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course
|Teacher: Christian Shearer
|Location: Mae Taeng, Thailand
|Date: May 2008
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