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Posted by Richard Perkins about 4 years ago
Say you wanted to study Permaculture or Regenerative design and you really wanted to understand how to design your own farm or project; they'd be all these books you should read, maybe some films on the internet, or maybe you download information from the internet, and all that may avail no action. All that could avail is a basic understanding of principles & elements of design, in a way similar to an artist's palette. You could have all the colors and brushes but unless you know how to paint you're going to end up with a big mess. That's where we got to in today's society, a big mess.
Want to start a project and farm in the future and don't know where to start? Are you already a farmer or land-manager wanting to use regenerative design to overhaul your enterprise? A pre-professional or professional designer wanting to broaden your skills and get practical project initiation skills? Our 8 week immersion into a regenerative agriculture is specially designed for people wanting a fast track experience designing, implementing, maintaining & monitoring regenerative systems. Working alongside a professional designer accredited by P.R.I. (Aus) (reg. Teacher No. 24) & P.C. Assoc (UK). We believe this is a unique opportunity and learning experience in Europe, with 5 targeted courses and intensive hands on experience implementing diverse systems at the first Keyline designed farm and dedicated professional Permaculture education center in Scandinavia. Our educational objective is to support more people to start regenerative land based enterprises, farms & projects as well as support upcoming designers wanting to work professionally. Come learn where the action is....
Our primary educational objective is to specifically empower more people into farming & land based regenerative enterprises as well as supporting more designers to step up professionally tooled up with the right skills and attitude. This Internship is most suited for;
• Small holders & Farmers or future farmers
• Project Initiators
• Design professionals & pre- professionals
• People wanting to experience what it takes to run a farm or project
• People who’ve taken short courses and want to know how to actually DO IT!
Full Internship Prospectus can be found here;
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|Date: Nov 2011|
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