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Permaculture Design Certificate Course, 25 Apr - 8 May 2011

Project: Embun Pagi

Posted by Sabina Arokiam about 13 years ago

Standard 72 hour PDC taught by Greg Knibbs (Australia)and the folk at Embun Pagi

The standard 72-hour certified Permaculture Design Course will be held in the village setting of Batu Arang, about 40 km away from the capital city of Kuala Lumpur. Hosted by Embun Pagi, the course will be taught by Greg Knibbs, a certified permaculture trainer. Greg will be covering a broad range of topics applicable to life anywhere on this planet, yet will be tailored to the needs of the students present as well as the location at hand.

Please visit the Embun Pagi webpage, for course details:



Course Fee (Inclusive of 3 meals & 2 tea breaks daily + dorm accommodation)

*A sliding scale between MYR 2500 (USD 800) - MYR 3000 (USD 900)

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: MYR 2200 (USD 700) for those who register before 30 March 2011

*The sliding scale

Participants can choose to pay anywhere in between a minimum of MYR 2500 or maximum of MYR 3000. Generous contributions within the sliding scale will go to financing 2 scholarship seats for deserving candidates from a developing country, or from Malaysia. For info on scholarship log on to: http://embunpagi2009.wordpress.com/courses-events/pdc-scholarships/


Optional 5 Day Practical Permaculture Course, 11 may - 15 May 2011

Topics: Soil & Composting, Plant Propegation & Beneficial Fermentation

Course Fee (Inclusive of meals + accommodation)

MYR 750 (250 USD) or MYR 500 (USD 170) for PDC participants

For more details, log on to: http://embunpagi2009.wordpress.com/news/



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