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72-Hour Permaculture Design Certification Course with Wayne Weiseman

Aug 29, 2020 - Sep 06, 2020
72-Hour Permaculture Design Certification Course with Wayne Weiseman

Time Sat Aug 29 2020 at 08:00 am to Sun Sep 06 2020 at 05:00 pm

Heartwood Farm, 10878 West Jack Jouett Rd, Louisa, United States

USD 900
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72-Hour Permaculture Design Certification Course with Wayne Weiseman 72-Hour Permaculture Design Certification Course with Wayne Weiseman
72-Hour Permaculture Design Certification Course with Wayne Weiseman. August 29-September 6th, 2020 at Heartwood Farm in Louisa, VA.

About this Event

WHAT is it?

A Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course offers a comprehensive introduction to Permaculture principles, applications & design practices and meets the international standard as the 72+ hour foundational course for Permaculture practitioners and teachers.

You will have many opportunities to put theory into practice by doing hands-on, creative activities at Heartwood Farm, where Permaculture principles are actively practiced and promoted. We will do an in-depth site analysis, and students will create designs of different areas on the farm. Special guests will share their expertise as well.

While learning about our habitat and our own relationship with the environment, we will look at how humans have been relating to Earth throughout history and into today's modern urban times. The three main historical viewpoints we will study are:


Hunter/Gatherer:

Training in hunter-gatherer living and nature skills sharpens our ability to see life as it is. We develop hand and eye coordination, and become one with an environment where we must observe and create what we need in an immediate and balanced way.


Agricultural Settlement:

Exposure to various methods of sustainable agriculture, i.e. Permaculture, Biodynamic Agriculture, Bio-intensive gardening, the eco-agriculture movement, organic systems, the natural way of farming of Masanobu Fukuoka and indigenous systems of agriculture. You also learn about renewable energy systems (wind, water, solar), ecological building practices (straw bale, cob, cordwood, etc.) and everything from tool making to animal husbandry.


Urban/Suburban:

Studying the urban and suburban landscape and learning ways to live sustainably in the midst of concrete and close-quarters. Discover how permaculture design can help those living in urban and suburban areas meet their needs for nutrition, energy and community while maintaining meaningful work and upholding sustainable policies in towns and cities.


WHERE is this?

This 8-day intensive course will be held at Heartwood Farm in Louisa, VA. Class will take place from 8:00 am to about 6:00 pm each day, with breaks for lunch, and two additional evening activities with served dinner. A light breakfast fare and lunch will be provided each day.

Heartwood is a sustainable diversified farm in Central Virginia using permaculture principles to raise pastured pork, vegetables and herbs. It's roughly 15 minutes to Gordonsville and 30 minutes to downtown Charlottesville, where restaurants, grocery stores, hotels, airbnbs, etc. are abundant. Camping will be available on the farm, however students must bring all of their own camping equipment.


WHY?

Because this course is a game changer. It brings into focus practical principles and ethics that many of us have forgotten or dismissed. It is like picking up a master key that unlocks many doors leading to abundance and health. Students have repeatedly stated they have found that by regenerating the earth and improving their relationship with it they have regenerated themselves in the process. You want this master key!



TOPICS INCLUDE -

Permaculture ethics & principles

Concepts, themes, method of design

Climate & microclimates

Plants, gardening & farming systems

Primitive skills & foraging

Landform & water movement

Alternative energy & Natural building

Seed saving, plant propagation, grafting

Soil fertility & soil management

Native medicinal plants identification, uses & preparation

...and MANY more!


Early bird tuition (until 5/31/20): $900. Regular tuition: $1,100. Standard processing fees apply. Includes breakfast and lunch each day, plus two dinners. Camping available on the farm, other sleeping accommodations (hotels, airbnbs, etc.) are the responsibility of the student. Students will receive the Permaculture Design Certificate on the final day of the course.


About the Instructor:

Wayne Weiseman is a permaculture teacher, designer, consultant and author. He was certified to teach permaculture by Bill Mollison, the founder of permaculture, in 1999. Wayne has taught hundreds of Permaculture Design Courses around the world. He has served as a consultant and lecturer to educators, school administrators, business leaders, and others internationally. For 15 years Wayne managed a land-based, self-reliant community project combining organic crop/food production, ecologically-built shelter, renewable energy and appropriate technologies.

Wayne is a co-author of an authoritative book on integrated forest gardening and plant guilds that was published in August, 2014.

For more information on the instructor, Wayne Weiseman, go to: http://www.permacultureproject.com/


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Ticket Information Ticket Price
Early Bird Course Tuition USD 900
Regular Course Tuition USD 1,100
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Sat Aug 29 2020 at 08:00 am to Sun Sep 06 2020 at 05:00 pm

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Heartwood Farm, 10878 West Jack Jouett Rd, Louisa, United States

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