At least after the International Permaculture Conference (IPC11) last September, Jordan is now well-known in the permaculture world. It is thus a pleasure to invite you to join a 2-week full PDC course that will be held in the scenic village of Bayouda — 20km north-east of Amman, Jordan, in between olive groves and ancient oak forests — in the first two weeks of June. The main instructor will be Rico Zook, a permaculture designer, consultant and instructor for over 15 years. Rico’s teaching method is very practical and hands-on. The course will be in English and is for local and foreign students of any age or background. It is organised by The Green Platform and the a local NGO form Bayouda village, the Abdel-Rahman bin Ouf Society, which will involve the local community in various parts of the course. This and the participation of various local and regional guest speakers will enable students to benefit from their generations-old wisdom and knowledge of the Levant area.
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