La Loma Viva Permaculture Project
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Hosting our first PDC plus optional one week practical

Project: La Loma Viva Permaculture Project

Posted by Karen de Vries almost 5 years ago

We will be hosting our first PDC course here at La Loma Viva! After 5 years of working to get food growing, setting up the infrastructure and invisible structures we are finally ready to launch into the world of courses!

The full PDC will run from 11th-24th May 2015 with a one week optional "hands on" practical after that. Our two fantastic educators will be delivering a dynamic and interactive PDC with lots of Mediterranean specifics. Alex Kruger, a prominent figure in African permaculture will be making her international debut assisted by Dor Havkin, both very experienced teachers and specialising in dryland strategies.

All the information for the course is on our website at:

http://www.lalomaviva.com/the-permaculture-design-certificate-course-2015

We are really excited about this event and look forward to seeing some of you there!

Its going to ROCK!

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