Permaculture Design Certificate course offered through University Centers of the San Miguel
Featuring instructors Kris Holstrom (of EcoAction Partners), Robyn Wilson, Daniel Aragon, Wind Clearwater, and Pat Frazier
July 20 – August 3
Week 1 (July 20 – 26): Peace and Plenty Farm and The Oasis in Hotchkiss, CO
Week 2 (July 28 – August 3): Tomten Farm in Telluride, CO
August 3: Permaculture Design Presentations at Tomten Farm in Telluride, CO
Tuition: non-credit, $1150; for credit (Colorado Mesa University), $1450. Scholarships available.
Permaculture is a design system for sustainable living. You’ll learn about consciously designed landscapes, which mimic the patterns and relationships found in nature and yield an abundance of food, fiber, and energy for the provision of local needs. People, their buildings, and the ways in which they organize themselves are central to permaculture. Thus, the permaculture vision of permanent or sustainable agriculture has evolved to one of permanent or sustainable culture. This certificate is internationally recognized.
Pre-registration required! Visit www.ucsanmiguel.org for more information and to register! Or, call 970-369-5255.