|11155 Roseland Rd, Sebastian , Florida, US|
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Sebastian , US
Project: Sustainable Kashi
Posted by Kwang Mae Cho almost 9 years ago
The Permaculture Design Certificate Course at Sustainable Kashi will highlight:
Sustainable design techniques
Edible landscape design
Greywater and rainwater catchment
Composting and vermicomposting
Alternative pest management
Urban and rural sustainable living strategies
Retrofitting the urban environment – your home, your community
Best forms of sustainable energy
Successful careers in permaculture
Regional/Local Community Revitalization
With the full 72 hour Permaculture Design Certificate Course.
11155 Roseland Road
Sebastian, Florida 32958
Florida’s East Coast N of Palm Beach
Camping on site included, or enjoy shared or private ashram rooms for extra cost.
All spiritual beliefs are respected and honored at this site.
$1350, including meals prepared by a master chef, and free camping
$1200 early bird rate, including meals and camping, before Jan 31, 2013
For more information, contact Bob
Lawrason at [email protected] or 727-831-5832
Limited seating, a deposit will hold your seat for the full class, via check or Paypal (see web site for paypal link). Payment plans offered.
Koreen Brennan is lead instructor. Richard Powell and others (TBA) will join her.
See bio here: permacultureguild.us/links
Stay tuned for more info regarding more expert instructors, field trips, and activities.
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