|Wairoa, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand|
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Posted by Kay Baxter about 8 years ago
Off to Oz to teach a few workshops, Bob is teaching a 2 day Community Land Trust workshop at the PRI then another in Melbourne for Very Edible Gardens.
When we come home we will be preparing for our new 10 week internship program beginning in September, after our PDC.
All the details of this exciting step will be on our website shortly. it's going to cost interns $3999 for the 10 weeks of which they will get 3 days a week working with a mentor in their field of interest. We will offer two internships in growing nutrient dense food and seedsaving, two in orchards and food forests, 2 in small farming ( diverseintegrated systems including management intensive grazing, bilogicalagriculture, dextercows, wiltshire horn sheep, East Freisian sheep, ducks geese, Saddleback pigs, Kiko goats, top bar beekeeping and more. Wewill aso offer 1 internship in herbal medicine and 1 in cooking, preparing and storing nutrient dense food.
The other 2-3 days each week ( 1 -2 days off each week) will be doing workshops and projects as a whole group. The workshops being offered on this inetrnship will be Cooking and preparing nutrient dense Food 2 days
BioIntensive Gardening 3days
growing Nutrient dense food 1 day
Small Animals including bees2 days
Big Animals and management Intensive Grazing 2 days
Design your Own Orchards and Food Forests 2 days
SeedSaving and bioregional Food Security 2 days
urban design 5days
herbal medicne 1 day
1/4 acre design for selfreliance 2 days
details of teachers etc will be on www.koanga.org.nz as soon as we can get it there
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|Permaculture Design Course|
|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course|
|Verifying teacher: Max Lindegger|
|Other Teachers: Max Lindegger, Lea Harrison|
|Date: Feb 1984|
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