Autumn 2016 Vegan Permaculture Design Certificate Course
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Vegan Permaculture Design Certificate Course (PDC) | October 1-13,2016
Wild Earth Farm and Sanctuary
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2015 Holiday Gift (Ends January 2, 2016): Code "holiday" $100 off
Early Bird 1 (January 3-May 1, 2016): Code "early1" $50 off
Bring A Friend: Code "friends" $50 off for each person
Community or Non Profit Organizer: Code "community" $50 off
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Cancellation policy: 90% refund if cancelled at least 30 days before course begins. 80% refund if cancelled with less than 30 days before course begins. 75% refund if cancelled less than 7 days before course begins. If there is a waiting list and we can fill your spot, you will receive a 90% refund. Refund will be based on amount paid at the time of cancellation.
- Do you seek to live compassionately without the unnecessary exploitation of people, animals and the environment?
- Are you concerned about climate change, peak oil and future generations?
- Are you interested in changing how we interact with other species, ecosystems and our human communities?
If you answered yes to any of the above, then this full permaculture design course is for you! Wild Earth Farm and Sanctuary is proud to offer our 2nd Vegan Permaculture Design Certificate Course, at our 200 acre farm in Eastern Kentucky at the foothills of Appalachia. Along with Heather Patrick and Joe Kilcoyne (founders of Wild Earth), the team putting this class together, have many decades of ecological vegan living and experience to share.
The internationally-recognized, 72-hour Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course yields the Permaculture Design Certificate. The course serves as an introduction to permaculture design as developed by concept co-creator Bill Mollison, which opens the door to further practice, work and advanced education.
This course will include classroom time and hands-on experience.
Topics covered will include:
- Permaculture ethics and principles
- Pattern language and literacy
- Ecological systems
- Water catchment and use
- Climate and microclimate
- Food production and security
- Constructed wetlands
- Cultivated ecology
- Food forestry
- Broadscale design
- Appropriate technology
- Renewable energy
- Alternative currencies
- Natural building
- Design process
- And much more!
- Solar site assessment
- Photovoltaics- applications and examples
- Veganic composting
- Humanure Composting
- Disaster preparedness
- Kombucha Making
- Vegan cooking/baking
- GMO literacy
- Community Building
- Voluntary vs coercive relationships and interactions
- Campfire stories and songs