Basics of Permaculture Design: Sustainable Living Made Simple provides a general outline to living off the land. This course presents dozens of strategies of projects around the world demonstrating how we can be responsible custodians of earth.
Participants may gain a comprehensive understanding of some of the principles and practices of sustainable living. This course follows a book, The Permaville Handbook: Strategies of Permaculture Design and is based on the certified Permaculture Design Course (PDC).
In this course, you may learn how to:
Build with natural materials
Raise fish, insects and animals
Quick steps to start a farm
Learn how to live off the land with strategies of permaculture design.
Who is the target audience for this course?
Does the Permaville Course count as a Permaculture Design Course certificate?
What people are saying about this course
"Very simple and non-threatening... The content is superb, relevant, usable and jam-packed!" -Clarence Garay
"I have Permaculture One, this is a better discussion point stimulator." -Joseph Van Wyck
"The information is mostly general and thus suitable for a starting point." -Svetoslav Vasilev
"Einfach gut geklärt" (Simply well clarified) -Petra Panglisch-Breuer
"I really enjoy your outlook - I don't find it as utopian as I was expecting (sorry about that) Rather I feel it to actually be a realistic outlook." -Peter Stuart Turner
"Brian is great in explaining information that is simple and directly to the point and awesome simple drawings!" -Rita Falsetto
"Overall I feel that the course is well worth the time and money investment and that he does a good job of explaining many different types of sustainable systems that we can implement." -Michael Taylor
"Really nice course explaining the basics of permaculture with the added bonus of real-life applications. Lovely chap and very inspiring." -Carrie Marshall
What is permaculture
Story of permaculture
Story of humans
Principles and Ethics
Zones and sectors
Climates and microclimates
Patterns in nature
Earth and structures
Paths and access
Water and soil
Microorganisms fungi and worms
Plants and creatures
Insects and animals
Field map and field log
Spring and summer crops
Fall and winter crops
Sales and harvest log
Brian Newhouse – Farmer
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