The Permaculture Research Institute Zaytuna Farm, Australia, is starting 2014 off with nothing less than a fully accredited Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) Course. Geoff Lawton will lead a line-up of Zaytuna Farm staff with a specialised 75-hour learning curriculum. It will run for two weeks from Monday the 6th to Friday the 17th of January. The course covers sustainable living systems for a wide variety of landscapes and climates. It includes the application of permaculture principles to food production, home design, construction, energy conservation and generation, and explores alternative economic structures and legal strategies supporting permaculture solutions. We still have a couple of seats available here, so there’s still a chance to get onto this very popular course if you move quick.
The next 10-Week Internship Program offered by Geoff will run concurrently to this PDC. It is a curriculum-based internship program, aimed at fast-tracking the development of permaculture-based knowledge in a wide range of specific subjects. Interns will begin their journey on the 20th of January. Note: This internship is already fully booked, but we have a wait list available for those that are interested. We can notify you if someone drops out before the course starts. Alternatively, some seats are still available on our July Internship Program.
For more information or to book a place please contact Bonnie education (at) permaculturenews.org or Tel. +61 (0)419 741 358.