Introduction to Permaculture @ Kimbriki Eco House and Garden
This course is for anyone interested in sustainable ways of living, a healthy lifestyle, growing food, organics, and designing solutions. An Introduction to Permaculture course covers the key ethics and principles of permaculture and outlines basic permaculture design techniques such as zoning, site analysis, and climate factors. You will leave looking at your house, garden and the landscape in a different way.
The learning style is collaborative and participatory. Permaculture techniques started in Australia in the 1970's and are no used all over the world. The design system was created by bring together knowledge from many different areas such as agriculture, architecture, renewable energy and indigenous knowledge systems.
This course will give you tools to enable you to live a more simple, healthy ans sustainable life. Be Inspired!
Peter Rutherford - Senior Ecologist at Kimbriki
Michelle Sheather - International Ecologist, Sustainable Agriculture Advocate
Tass Schmidt - Businesswoman and Biological Farmer
Bookings Essential - contact email@example.com or 0417 241 371
Cost $290 PSN Members, $335 non-members, pensioner & student discounts
Lunch and tea/coffee provided