When: September 1-2, October 6-7, November 17-18, December 15-16, January 19-20, 2013 February 16-17, 2013
Six Weekends, One Weekend a Month: Saturdays & Sundays 9:00am-5:30pm
Location: Petaluma Cavanagh Recreation Center, 426 8th Street, Petaluma, CA
Cost: $950 Early Bird, $1100 Sleepy Raccoon Rate ($250 Non-refundable deposit required to hold your spot)
To Register Please Visit the Course Website.
After over ten years of Daily Acts (the course partner organization), what better way to celebrate than by offering you the comprehensive 72-hour Permaculture Design Certification course that will take your skills to the next level of know-how? And who better than Toby Hemenway, whose Permaculture guidebook, Gaia’s Garden, has been the best-selling permaculture book worldwide for the past 7 years?
You’ll dive deep into ecological principles to design sustainable human communities harmoniously interwoven with natural ecosystems. Participants will learn design tools to create and practice long-term solutions for food, water and energy security problems. We’ll also cover regenerative shelter, neighborhood-scale community building and sustainable economies. You’ll relish this comprehensive framework for critical decision-making and right livelihood. The course is recommended for green architects, landscape contractors, county and city leaders, policy-makers, homeowners, farmers, directors and anybody seeking a pathway to sustainable change.
Learn from Toby, as well as from acclaimed experts including Penny Livingston, Larry Santoyo, Brock Dolman, Erik Ohlsen, John Valenzuela and others. This Permaculture Design Certificate will equip you to navigate the challenges presented by life in a rapidly changing world.