[permaculture] Why learn permaculture? Why with FLPCI? (video)

Michael Burns michael at fingerlakespermaculture.org
Mon Jul 9 15:05:25 EDT 2012

There are six seats open for the Finger Lakes Permaculture Institute's (FLPCI)
Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course.

If you have ever wondered why you should study permaculture design, watch this
video: http://flpci.us/?p=1511

If you have ever considered taking a PDC with FLPCI here is why you should:

With less than three weeks before the course begins, there is room for more.
Sign up soon to reserve your space: http://FingerLakesPermaculture.org

Course begins the evening of July 27th and ends the afternoon of August 12.

Immerse yourself in a learning community led by experienced, innovative
teachers delivering the permaculture design curriculum with an emphasis on
strategies for the temperate northeast. This year’s teaching staff includes
Michael Burns, Steve Gabriel, Karryn Olson-Ramanujan, and Rafter Sass
Ferguson, plus guest presenters from the local permaculture community.

Our students acquire design skills as they go through the process over 84
hours of instruction, culminating with producing a final schematic design on
an actual site.

Completion of the PDC course earns participants an internationally recognized
design certificate.

$1200 Tuition includes camping and three prepared meals daily.

Learn more about the course at: http://fingerlakespermaculture.org/?page_id=954

Watch a video about our PDC at: http://flpci.us/?p=1511


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