Permaculture Design Certificate Program
Meanwhile stay tuned for information on P3’s Introduction to Permaculture Design April 29-May 1
The Permaculture Design Certificate course (PDC), is an internationally recognized curriculum created by Bill Mollison, co-creator of the permaculture movement. The course is held over a period of two weeks and includes theory as well as hands-on practical instruction in the field.
The PDC focuses on learning about natural principles which drive ecological systems as well as acquiring skills for self-sustaining living practices. It explores how to integrate these principles and techniques in the design of our gardens, lands, homes and communities.
The course provides a minimum of 72 hours of learning with instructors, in addition to homework assignments, self-study, hands-on learning, group design projects and other learning activities.
The full-time format of PDC is the best way to fully engage with theory, practice and the social aspects of the permaculture philosophy. At the Deanery Project students will be provided with delicious, healthy meals by Conscious Catering. Accommodation options include dorms and camping. There are also many friendly B & B’s in the area. The Deanery Project’s inspiring gathering spaces provide additional enriched learning opportunities for students.
For complete details on the PDC and Hands-On Intensive programs
click here for full pdf. package.
To pay or leave a deposit for your PDC Certification Course or the Hands-on Intensive, we accept e-transfer or Paypal to admin (at) thedeaneryproject.com and credit cards (please call us with your details). Paypal option below:
Buy Before March 15th, 2015 and receive a one year membership
with The Deanery Project, free entrance to a select workshop or special event
AND a gorgeous hand-crafted cutting board made from locally sourced,
old-growth, aqua salvaged wood!
For general information on the Deanery Project and/or our other workshops:
e. info (at) thedeaneryproject.com
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