Located in the Hadhramaut Valley in the historic country of Yemen, Tarim is a distinguished city with a living tradition dating back thousands of years.
With more than 365 mosques, centuries old adobe architecture, and remnants of ancient food forest systems running to this day, it is understandable why it was declared the Capital of Islamic Culture in 2010 - and it makes for an exceptional location for this course and new institute.
The first open PDC conducted in Yemen will be held on a farm within the heart of this beautiful setting and will mark the opening of PRI Tarim. This is an unique opportunity to be part of the birth of what is sure to be a fascinating and remarkable undertaking.
Running from June 9th through to the 26th, the internationally-recognized 72-hour course will be led by experienced permaculture teachers Rhamis Kent (PRI USA) and Abu Bakr Tashi (PRI Tarim). They will cover all of the standard topics comprising the PDC curriculum as well as feature a visit to the World Heritage-listed adobe city of Shibam along with a 4-day cultural visit to the town of the Prophet Hudd, whose annual visit has a documented history of over 1500 years.
Register now and receive a 10% discount off of the course price.
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Rhamis Kent: Islam & Earth Repair
"Nature left alone is in perfect balance. The healing of the land and the purification of the human spirit is the same process." - Masanobu Fukuoka
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