February 25th, 2017 10:00 AM
Presented by The Center for Bioregional Living
Permaculture Design Certification with Andrew Faust
Andrew Faust, Lisa DePiano, Mark Krawczyk, Adriana Magana

Learn to Use the Patterns of Nature to Create Social and Ecological Change!
10am-5pm on Saturdays and Sundays
February 25&26; March 4&5, 18&19, 25&26; April 1&2, 8
Tuition - $1100; Register Before September 10 - $950 (flexible scheduling and payment plans available)

Our Permaculture design course provides a positive and empowering vision for social and ecological transformation. Come be inspired by the possibilities of today and not by the fear of tomorrow!

Primary Permaculture Design Applications:

  • Bioregional design science that provides a new model for economic development.
  • Addressing the major issues of our day from a whole systems perspective.
  • Worldwide movement that is helping to regenerate local ecologies and economies.
  • Solution oriented ecological approach to retrofitting our societies.

This course is perfect for motivated individuals who wish to use the tools of Permaculture in urban and rural environments as well as for modeling sustainable and regenerative businesses.

Lecture topics: Urban redesign and retrofit, passive solar and natural building, inner-city gardening techniques, indoor and apartment gardening, indoor mushroom cultivation, fermented foods, whole foods, Living Machines and natural waste water treatment, niche market and cooperatively owned business ideas, rain gardens, bioremediation, green roofs, rooftop gardens, how to clean polluted air with plants, biogas generators, Bioregionalism and regional self reliance, the economics of globalization, evolution of life on earth, history of agriculture, Biodynamics, natural history of Eastern woodlands, wood lot management, watershed health, the integration of animals into cultivated ecosystems, and so much more!

To receive a certificate students must attend all 11 classes and present a final Permaculture site design. Students will be given the option to present their final design individually which is a different approach than most PDCs. In our experience, and from what our growing number of students say, this contributes to a more practical, professional and intellectually stimulating learning experience. As a result a number of our student's final presentations have gone from paper (or electronic presentations) to actualized, real-world designs.

View Syllabus

  • Interpret a landscape and its ecological implications.
  • Maps, graphical analysis, assessment, and presentations.
  • Understanding of key design strategies for systems of varying scale.
  • Discover and develop working relationships between elements, goals, and site realities.
  • Design methods, techniques, observation skills, pattern recognition, and systems understanding.

For more information and to register:
http://www.permaculturenewyork.com/

The Center for Bioregional Living
Ellenville/ Brooklyn, NY
917-584-4588

Tuition - $1100; Register Before September 10 - $950 (flexible scheduling and payment plans available)

The Brooklyn Commons
388 Atlantic Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11217
UNITED STATES

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