Permaculture is the harmonious integration of landscape and people — providing their food, energy, shelter, and other material and non-material needs in a sustainable way.
Permaculture Design Course - Residential
The Te Moata Retreat Centre in the beautiful Coromandel is proud to host this 13-day residential course for the 5th time in 2016. This Course fulfils the standard requirements of the international permaculture curriculum.
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This course covers the standard two week international Permaculture Design Certificate curriculum, taught over an extended 3-week period in an integrated hands-on way, culminating in a comprehensive land-use design project.
Anahata Yoga Retreat in Golden Bay, NZ is offering a unique Permaculture Design Certificate Course (PDC) with a difference
12th -29th November, 2015.
2 Weeks: 30 August – 11 September 2015
Every year we run two Permaculture Design Certificate courses. A Spring one which begins in September and an Autumn one which begins in February.
Tutors: Kay Baxter, Bob Corker & Guest tutors
Location: Kotare Village, Wairoa, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand
Date: 30 August – 11 September 2015
Price: $1900 (Price includes all meals, contact us for accommodation options)
Join us for this special course, which covers the The 72 hours PDC certificate plus many hands-on practical skills.
Pakaraka Farm is a 215 acres of diverse ecological agriculture projects and regenerating bush, Located in the beautiful Kauaeranga Valley.
On the farm you will find sheep, cows, chickens, worms, bees, olive orchard, pecan orchard, chestnut orchard, home fruit orchard, home vegetable garden, passive solar house, reclaimed wood built barn, timber plantations and regenerating bush.
Camping is under the Pecans trees by the river.
The Te Moata Retreat Centre is proud to host this 14-day residential course for the 4th time in 2015. Students have the chance to get fully immersed in the permaculture way of thinking and acting. Students are invited to bring details of their own or potential sites.
The course will:
- Cover sustainable living systems for a wide variety of landscapes and climates
- Give students an understanding of the ethics, principles and patterns of permaculture design
- Convey an understanding of a wide range of common strategies and techniques