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Next PERMACULTURE DESIGN COURSE - 22 Feb - 10 March 2020

Project: Earthcare Education Aotearoa NZ

Posted by Inna Alex 3 months ago

Our next PDC at Tui Community, Golden Bay, NZ is coming up!

PERMACULTURE DESIGN COURSE

by Earthcare Education Aotearoa

www.earthcare-education.org

 

22 Feb - 10 March 2020

Venue: Tui Community, Golden Bay, South Island, New Zealand

Main Tutor: Robina McCurdy and others

 

‘Permaculture’ is an integrated landuse design methodology based on ecological principles, with practical application from sustainable household to eco-nation to global restoration. The tutors of this course have worked in a wide range of countries and conditions. Their teaching styles are interactive, dynamic and fun. This residential course takes place in the Tui Outdoor Events Treefield in Wainui Bay, adjoining the Abel Tasman National Park. It covers the standard international two week Permaculture Design Certificate curriculum, taught in an integrated hands-on way, culminating in several land-use design projects. We are including an additional week to offer the opportunity to for participants to personally deepen in the ecological and social foundation of Permaculture, under the guidance of tutors who lives and work is dedicated to the conscious design and development of ‘all-species communities’. Upon completion, a Permaculture Design Certificate will be issued by The Institute of Earthcare Education Aotearoa.

 

The Course Programme broadly covers:

-  permaculture ethics, design principles and implementation,
-  organic growing methods (vege gardens, herbs, fruit),
-  rural land management (orchards, pastures, trees, water systems),
-  integrated animal systems,
-  water harvesting & storage, grey-water & ‘waste’ recycling,
-  ecological building,
-  renewable energy systems,
-  suburban-scale design.

 

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, contact:

Inna Alex: [email protected]

or visit: http://earthcare-education.org/wp_earthcare/courses/pdc/

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Permaculture Design Course - Tui Community, Golden Bay, NZ

  • Teacher: Robina McCurdy
  • Location: Tui Treefield, 238 McShane Rd, Wainui, Golden Bay, New Zealand
  • Dates: 22/02/2020 to 10/03/2020
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