|Alpine, NY, United States|
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Before founding the Finger Lakes Permaculture Institute (FLPCI) with Steve Gabriel and Karryn Olson Ramanujan in 2005, Michael Burns spent years working in publishing (including the Guardian Newsweekly, Tenant/Inquilino, & Tikkun magazine) and within the peace and justice movement. He learned permaculture design in Guatemala, while working with Ronaldo Lec Ajcot of the Mesoamerican Permaculture Institute. Now he and Kelly Dietz are building a farmstead based on permaculture principles when he is not devoting his energy to teaching U.S. History, encouraging the networks of permaculture practioners in the Finger Lakes region through FLXpermaculture.Net and around upstate New York State through UpstateNYpermaculture.Net, volunteering for his town planning commision, or fretting over his small flock of mongrel chickens. Michael is the Education Director for FLPCI.
Earn your Permaculture Design Certificate in New York's Beautiful Finger Lakes Region. Learn from experienced instructors, with a hands-on course in an off-grid learning community.
Permaculture practitioners from around the state will be meeting April 9th, 2011 in Rochester, NY.
Be part of a crowdsourcing effort to create an urban edible forest garden in the city of Syracuse, NY. The best design will receive a $250 cash award and will be implemented on the property of the Rahma Free Health Clinic.
|Masters Degree in Teaching|
|Type: Teacher Training|
|Teacher: D'Youville College|
|Location: Buffalo NY USA|
|Date: Jan 2004|
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