Planetary Permaculture Pilgrimage

A once in a lifetime opportunity to do advanced study with many of the greatest teachers of permaculture.

Join a group of advanced students and teachers to pilgrimage to Australia to learn from the grandmothers and grandfathers of permaculture. Whether you are a new permaculture designer or already have a seasoned practice, here is the opportunity of a lifetime to study with the masters and maestras of the movement. The range of the teachers’ experiences, techniques and philosophies bring an amazing diversity to the courses.

As we turn a corner into a new chapter of life on the planet, the potentials and possibilities of permaculture become ever more important in supporting the creation and stewardship of revitalized global ecology and sustainable world culture. Join with us to receive the messages from the elders and bring them back to our communities and teaching practices.

North American: Pre-meet

Robyn Francis and Penny Livingston-Stark – Advanced Permaculture Teacher Training
Tuesday 5th to 12th July 2011
Commonweal Garden, California, USA

Australian Learning Adventure

Geoff Lawton – PDC Teacher Training Course
Monday 7th to Friday 11th November 2011
Zaytuna Farm, Permaculture Research Institute of Australia, New South Wales

Robin Clayfield – Dynamic groups, Dynamic Learning
Monday 14th to Saturday 19th November 2011
Crystal Waters Permaculture Village, Queensland

Robin Clayfield – Creative Community Governance and Decision Making Workshop
Monday 21st November 2011
Crystal Waters Permaculture Village, Queensland

Rosemary Morrow – Permaculture Design Certificate Teacher Training
Thursday 24th to Monday 28th November 2011
Crystal Waters Permaculture Village, Queensland

David Holmgren – Advanced Permaculture Principles and Reading Landscapes
30th November and 1st December 2011
Melliodora, Hepburn, Victoria

Planetary Permaculture Pilgrimage organized in collaboration with Tamara Griffiths and Delvin Solkinson. Contact
tamara (at) or delvin (at)
for more details.


  1. I emailed for more information as soon as this was posted, and have had no reply so far.

    Is this actually going ahead?

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