Online Introduction to Permaculture Course
Followed at your own pace with recorded classes!
All classes are recorded and no online presence is required
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Building soil – Building community – Building resilience
No previous experience is required! Just openness and willingness to become part fo the regeneration movement!
Permaculture is a design method for sustainable human settlements that aims at integrating human activities in fully functioning ecosystems able to self regulate and support Life in all its forms.
Its core ethics are Care for the Earth, Care for the People and Fair Share and its principles allow us to live a regenerative life and can be applied to any environment, from small apartments to big lands to entire countries. Most importantly, Permaculture is a real philosophy of life that can support you as an individual to make conscious choices to reconnect to a true way of living. You are not separate from what is around you and stepping back into the web of life is the best choice we can make!
What to expect from this course?
If you feel ready to change your life choices and want to get a taste of what permaculture is, then this is the perfect course for you! During this Online Introduction to Permaculture Course you will be guided through the basics of permaculture, learning about its approach and philosophy.
This course will provide you with a solid understanding of the principles of permaculture, but if you are looking for technical and in depth knowledge, I suggest you join my full Online PDC!
During the online Introduction to Permaculture Design Course, we will explore the following topics:
INTRODUCTION TO PERMACULTURE
• Permaculture: Evidence that we need to act - Context - Definition of PermacultureEthics & Principles - Principles applied to Personal Development
• Concepts and themes in design: Domains and Scenarios - Natural ecosystems - Web of life - Yield and Resource
• Design Methods: Design Definitions and Methods - Observation - Analysis of elements - Flow analysis - Maps & data overlay - Zones & sectors - Slope & aspect - Guilds - Scale of permanence
• Patterns: Understanding natural patterns - Reading patterns in Nature - Applying Pattern Understanding to Personal Development
- Access to all lectures of the online Permaculture Design Course for one year. The lessons come from recordings of one of my online courses on Zoom.