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Posted: Oct 26 2010, 07:08 AM
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Joined: 10-August 10
Sydney Summmer PDC - 9 Jan 2011 - 22 Jan 2011 8:00am - 5:00pm
Alexandria Park Community Centre - Alexandria
Join Milkwood Permaculture's Nick Ritar with Permaculture co-originator Bill Mollison and other special guests for an amazing two weeks of permaculture theory, practical workshops, site visits and intensive design exercises exploring permaculture in the middle of Sydney.
A Milkwood Permaculture Design Certificate provides an exceptional grounding in Permaculture design and theory. Our PDC graduates leave our courses ready to design and implement permaculture principles into a wide range of scenarios; from urban permaculture systems to small farms, suburban blocks and overseas aid projects.
principlesThe class size for this course is strictly limited to 24 students to ensure effective learning outcomes for everyone, and students emerge as accredited Permaculture Designers.
Permaculture is set of principles that result in sustainable and productive systems. Systems for living, architecture, food production, land management and community. No chemicals and no excuses. Just good, thoughtful, innovative and effective design for the needs of our species.
"Though the problems of the world are increasingly complex, the solutions remain embarrassingly simple"
Bill Mollison (co-originator of the Permaculture concept)
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