Weekend Course: 6 – 7 December 2014 – RESEED Centre 30 King Edward St Penguin, Tasmania
Permaculture is an ethical system for designing sustainable, healthy and self-reliant communities that will flourish long past peak oil and financial crisis.
Permaculture was developed here in Tasmania and has been called one of Australia’s greatest intellectual exports. Discover the principles of Permaculture yourself during this weekend course. A mix of theoretical sessions, group exercises and practical demonstrations will introduce you to various design principles and techniques that you can apply to any environment, rural or urban, to help you lead a more sustainable, enjoyable, responsible and healthy lifestyle.
The course will be facilitated by experienced Permaculture practitioners including Nick Towle and Caroline Smith.
Cost: $125 or equivalent in CENTs/other local currencies. More information www.nwcents.org or https://www.facebook.com/pages/CENTs-Tasmania/392394170799047
Includes morning/afternoon tea and comprehensive notes via your USB
Enquiries and Bookings:
Caroline Smith: firstname.lastname@example.org 0438090464
Closing date for bookings: Nov 28 2014
Participants who have completed this introductory course will be eligible to attend the Australasian Permaculture Convergence (APC12) in Penguin in March 2015.