Permaculture Design Certification — 2-week intensive
Sat Jul 28 to Sun Aug 12, 2018, Lachute, QC
2 week intensive — Permaculture Design Course
Lachute, Quebec 50 minutes north of Montreal
Dates: July 28th until August 12, 2018
Location: Lachute, Quebec, Canada
Cost: Sign up before April 15th to Save $100 on your tuition!
Option 1: Supporting Student $1520 + tax
Option 2: Standard Student $1220 + tax
Option 3: *Sponsored Student $920 +tax
*Sponsorship availability depends on Supporting students
​(food & accommodation included)
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ABOUT THIS COURSE
This course aims to equip students to feel confident in their ability to design positive solutions in their gardens, in their communities, and in their own lives. At P3 Permaculture we emphasize that permaculture goes beyond agriculture; permaculture is a holistic design system that we can apply on any scale and in any situation.
The first principle of permaculture is “Observe and Interact.” Close observation of the natural principles that drive ecological systems is one of the cornerstones of permaculture. In permaculture we believe that nature knows best, and that designs based on earth’s logic is the best way to heal broken systems.
Our curriculum pays particular attention to energy, water, and food systems, as well as various aspects of social permaculture including social economies, and self and community care.
The Permaculture Design Certificate is a participatory and dynamic learning experience; classes include in-depth permaculture theory, design methodology, exercises, and group projects. They also include a whole lot of deep questioning, laughter, and growth! The curriculum we follow at P3 was developed by the late Bill Mollison in Australia in the 1970’s, and is today regarded as the standard in permaculture education, recognized and respected worldwide.
>Patterns in nature
>Ecological food systems
>Soil biology and soil repair
>Capturing carbon and other GHG in soils
>Water management systems
>Observing and analyzing efficiency
>Prevent droughts and floods
>Alternative energy systems
>Aquaculture and ecological fish farming
>Discover new world views
>Make new friendships
>Hone skills for your future
>Become part of an active network
>Enjoy music, fun, and laughs!
Part 1: Permaculture Fundamentals ​
>Introduction, Ethics, History & principles
>Concepts, Methods & Themes of Design
Part 2: Understanding Ecosystems
>Climates / Water Systems
>Trees and their Energy Transactions
Part 3: Special Topics
>Earthworks and Earth Resources
>Aquaculture & Aquaponics
Part 4: Specific Climates
>Drylands / Cool Climates / Tropics
Part 5: Global Strategies
>Strategies for an Alternative Paradigm /
>Final Design Project ​
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