[permaculture] 9th Annual Permaculture Design Course in Belize
queenbee at herbnwisdom.com
Sat Jan 11 18:20:03 EST 2014
come to Belize...
Travel far south; to the back of beyond; to a remote
valley accessible only by dugout canoe. Study
permaculture surrounded by a lush, productive
forest of edibles, medicinals and tropical
hardwoods. Eat organic food, sleep in dorms
powered by renewable energy, bathe in a sparkling
Permaculture Design Certificate Course
"Food Security through Biodiversity"
Dates Feb 10 to 22, 2014
Place: Maya Mountain Research Farm
San Pedro Columbia, Belize
The course will be held from February 10th through February 22, 2014. This
is a certificate course that follows the standard established 72 hour
curriculum. This year's teachers will be Albert Bates, Marisha Auerbach and
Christopher Nesbitt. The course costs USD1250, and that covers all food and
lodging, field trips (with the exception of fees to National Parks or
Archeological sites) and material for the course. You can read bios of the
teachers at our web site,
The venue of Maya Mountain Research Farm is one of Central Americas oldest
permaculture farms. It is a former cattle and citrus farm that has been
rehabilitated into a lush tropical food forest. Accommodations are simple,
but clean, with photovoltaic powered lights in every room. It is truly a
wonderful place to learn about permaculture, whether you are new to
permaculture or have several design courses under your belt. This is a good
opportunity to see permaculture principles and practices as MMRF is the
result of thought, design work and decades of work.
at christopher.nesbitt at mmrfbz.org, <christopher.nesbitt at mmrfbz.org>
If you have questions, or to register, please feel free to contact
Christopher Nesbitt at info at mmrfbz.org or 001-501-630-4386. On the web
Ven a Belice...
10 de 22 Feb 2014
Curso de Diseño en Permacultura
Montaña Maya Research Farm
a guided tour of NGO projects in the region immediately precedes for those
who can come early.
More information about the permaculture