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Posted by maria baltazzi over 8 years ago
In this 6 day course you will learn:
Basics of Permaculture Design
Specialized Compost & Worm Farm
Water Harvesting Strategies
Grey Water Treatment
Designing & Implementing a Food Forest
Designing Micro Climates
Integrated Animal Systems
Basics in Aquaculture & Aquaponics
Read the full schedule on www.permaculture.gr
Nicolas Netien is an environmental engineer specializing in waste management and sustainable community development.. He obtained his Permaculture Design Certificate in 2007 in New Zealand with Grifen Hope, Darren Doherty and Joe Polaischer as well as an internship with internationally renowned permaculture teacher and designer Geoff Lawton at Zaytuna Farm, Australia where he completed his teacher training course.
The course will be run in English and there will be a bilingual translator on site for any language queries.
Kefalonia is thought to be one of the jewels of the Ionian sea and one of the most beautiful islands of Greece. It is the largest of the Ionian group of islands and its capital is Argostoli. Kefalonia is home to numerous natural attractions, from the famous Melissani cave (the beautiful home of the nymphs in Greek Mythology) to its population of endangered loggerhead turtles, which nest at Kaminia beach under the watchful protection of the Sea Turtle Protection society. The island has a mild climate with excellent beaches, diverse and dramatic scenery, wonderful bays and inlets and it is also famous world wide for the its rich historical monuments from the ancient Greek, Roman, Byzantine and Venetian era. For island hopping Kefalonia is ideally situated for visiting other close islands, namely Lefkada, Ithaki, Zakynthos and Corfu.
The course will take place in the town of Skala. Skala is well known for its fantastic beach (one of the largest sandy beaches of Kefalonia), its lovely tavernas and great nightlife! The course venue can cater for up to 20 students with 2 meals and accommodation:
camping at 8 Euros/night + breakfast and lunch or,
with private bathroom at 16 Euros/night + breakfast and lunch.
There are a limited number of rooms so please book in advance. Link
to the tripadvisor site:
To book accommodation on site please contact us at [email protected]
How to get to Kefalonia
Bus from Athens. (KTEL Kifissou) Telephone:
(0030) 210-5150785 / 210
512-9448. Cost is 36 Euros
and includes bus and ferry fare. Travel time is 5.5 hours.
By Car to Kilini Port to take ferry to Poros Kefalonia. Ferry is 10 Euros. Travel time is 1.5 hours.
By Air from Athens (Eleftherios Venizelos Airport) to Kefalonia Airport. Travel time is 45 minutes.
Course Tuition Fees
Only 20 spaces available!
For more information of bookings please email as at: [email protected]
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