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Chácara Boa Vista
Chácara Boa Vista
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02/08/2011
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Campo Largo, Paraná, BR
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Sub-tropical





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Permaculture Design Course - PDC

Project: Chácara Boa Vista

Posted by Karen Sprenger almost 11 years ago

O curso é uma imersão prática nos conceitos e princípios do planejamento para uma cultura permanente. Envolve exposições teóricas e exercícios de aprofundamento prático.

O programa inclui as 72 horas básicas determinadas no programa oficial da Permacultura, de acordo com o estabelecido por Bill Mollison em seu livro para a disciplina “Permaculture – A Designer’s Manual”.
De modo resumido os temas abordados serão os seguintes: Introdução (generalidades), Design (princípios), ética e padrões, solo e água como uma unidade, manejo das zonas (com vegetais e animais), florestas, construções (Zona 1) e a realização do Design por parte das equipes (pequenos grupos) de participantes

Data: 03 a 11 de setembro de 2011.

Instrutores: Jorge Timmermann, Suzana Maringoni e Karen Sprenger

Local: Chácara Boa Vista. A chácara fica no município de Campo Largo, distante aproximadamente 25km do centro da cidade de Curitiba – PR.

Valor: R$ 670,00 (seiscentos e setenta reais) – esse valor refere-se ao curso, hospedagem, alimentação e certificado.

Forma de pagamento: R$ 100,00 inscrição + R$ 570,00 até o início do curso.

Para o bom andamento do curso as vagas serão limitadas a 20 pessoas.

Opções de alimentação lacto-ovo-vegetariana.

Informações:

Karen Sprenger  -  [email protected] / www.kdcs.wordpress.com

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