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Posted by Warren Brush about 7 years ago
Ricks Institute Virginia, Liberia (near Monrovia)
August 8th - 21st, 2011
International students (after May 8th, 2011) - $1150
International students (before May 8th, 2011) - $950
Local, low-income students - $250-$950
Includes meals, accommodation and instruction.
It does not cover travel or transportation.
There are limited scholarships for very low income Liberians only.
This two-week intensive and transformative certification course shares how to
create sustainable homes and settlements using integrated design to efficiently
attain stable, diverse and resilient human living systems that are productive and
regenerative. This unique course integrates international participants with local
students to create an expanded learning environment for all involved.
Course topics include:
• Productive home and large scale food production
• Food forestry, agroforestry, broad acre strategies
• Waste-to-nutrient cycling
• Soil building for sustainable fertility
• Water harvesting, storage and conservation strategies
• Simple greywater systems
• Designing with natural systems
• Appropriate technology including ecological building and energy efficiency
• Bio-regional organization and governance
• Various hands-on practicum
• Aquaculture systems
For registration and scholarship information,
please email [email protected]
or call 001-805-966-9300
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