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A Greek Island PDC With Rosemary Morrow, Paula Paananen and Nicolas Netien!

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Posted by maria baltazzi over 8 years ago

Join internationally-renowned permaculture designer and teacher, Rosemary Morrow on the beautiful Island of Lefkas, Greece, for an internationally recognised permaculture design course. Over 15 days you will learn the basic theory of permaculture ethics,

Join internationally-renowned permaculture designer and teacher, Rosemary Morrow on the beautiful Island of Lefkas, Greece, for an internationally recognised permaculture design course. Over 15 days you will learn the basic theory of permaculture ethics, principles, design processes and implementation techniques.

 

Rosemary Morrow is an internationally recognised permaculture educator, development worker and home gardener. Based in the Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Australia, Rosemary has worked in Cambodia and Vietnam and has traveled widely in Australia as an educator in permaculture analysis and design systems which lead to abundant and resilient land- and town-scapes. She is the author of the Earth User’s Guide to Permaculture as well as a teacher trainer’s manual.

Co-instructors: Paula Paananen and Nicolas Netien

Paula Paananen is a highly experience educator in non formal education, has created dozens of gardens and is much in demand as a horticultural therapist.

Nicolas Netien is a waste management engineer specializing in sustainable community development and implementation. He completed his PDC in 2007 in New Zealand with Grifen Hope, Darren Doherty and Joe Polaischer and is currently doing the 10-week internship with Geoff Lawton at Zaytuna Farm, Australia.

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