Update on Upcoming Courses

Just to keep you in the loop, here’s an update on course slots still available at Zaytuna Farm.

Please watch the following video about a previous course we ran. Earthworks Course, July 2009, Zaytuna Farm, Permaculture Research Institute, Australia.

  • April 11 PDC – about to commence, and totally booked out. Try the July 11 or October 10 PDCs instead – or, for something more exotic, head to the June 6 PDC in Palestine.
  • April 17 Morocco PDC – could take a couple more attendees, perhaps….
  • April 25 Internship – currently at capacity, but in case we have a last-minute cancellation or two you might want to put your name down. Email education (at) to do that.
  • May 3 Earthworks – still a few places here. Geoff is one of the world’s leaders in permaculture earthworks, so arguably your best introduction to the key topic of site hydrology and drought-proofing. Next one after this is August 2.
  • May 24 Teacher Training – a few places left here also. Learn from the best, and make a break from your mainstream job and finance your community/environmental endeavours through productive education. If timing is off for you, then try August 23.
  • June 7 Soil Biology – This course is run by soil expert Paul Taylor. Not to be missed by all who want to get a better grip on soil processes and the practical management of it. There won’t be another of these until September 20.
  • June 14 – Aid worker – A few places left, this course helps prepare you for highly rewarding work in needy and interesting locales worldwide. We have projects waiting for help from suitable and enthusiastic course graduates. After this, you’d be looking at September 13.
  • July 25 Internship – Our ten-week internship program is new, and seems to be an instant hit. Your next opportunity to take this full-immersion program is here.
  • October 26 Jordan PDC – Already filling up, but some spots left. You’ll learn from Geoff Lawton in the area where the renowned Greening the Desert site is still speaking volumes to locals, and, your course tuition subsidises local education, so the feel-good factor works here too.

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