Permaculture Design Course: begins February 2017
Permaculture Design Course
Our course in Permaculture Design has been running for several years with very appreciative students. Tutors Ian Lillington and Beck Lowe guide the group through a 16-week course (96 hours in total) that will change your life!
We regularly make field trips to local properties that demonstrate the topics we are focusing on in class. The course covers the standard syllabus of a permaculture design course which includes ethics, design principles and theory on topics including soils, water, energy, building, animals, intensive gardens, orchards and broadacre farms. Each week we offer suggested readings to course participants and occasional small exercises. The main study load comes in the last weeks as students work on a design project for presentation on the last day of the course. Our tutors are responsive to the needs of the students and the time spent in study outside of class is largely up to the individual student.
Our next Permaculture Design Course starts February 2017 and runs for 16 weeks.
Begins Thursday 9th February 9.15 – 3.30pm
The full cost of the course is $800, but with support from the Adult Community and Further Education Board (ACFE), we are able to offer a limited number of places on this course for $400. You must hold a concession card and it needs to be sited by reception staff.
Places are limited and you need to pay in advance to secure your place.
Venue: Castlemaine Community House, 65 Templeton St, Castlemaine
For more details of the course, contact Castlemaine Community House phone: 5472 4842 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We have a certificate course (Permaculture Cert III) which you can take after (or in some cases alongside) this course. Details are here.