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Introduction to Permaculture 2-Day Workshop

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James Cook University

Douglas, QLD 4811

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Learn how to design, grow & care for an edible garden + get skilled in sustainability.

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COURSE INFO:

Learn how to design, grow & care for an edible garden + get skilled in sustainability.

2 Day beginners course, exploring design principles known as permaculture with a very practical approach. No experience necessary. Bring your family!

+ Take home booklet of valuable workshop information.

+ Easy to digest strategies for efficient design

+ Composting

+ Worm farms

+ Veggie growing

+ Food forests

+ Green thumb techniques

+ Tools for regenerating landscapes

+ Social Permaculture

+ Nature kids activities alongside (so families can attend)

Early Bird Discount: $295 p/person

Couples Discount: $500 (bring a friend!)

Full Fee: $365 p/person

NATURE KIDS: Children Welcome!! Nature Kids get down to earth activities and play with Samantha Jurgens whilst parents attend the course. (Ages 5 to 12) $80 per child.

Who it's for...

- You, if you want to learn about Permaculture as a design tool to create sustainable landscapes for efficiency and abundance.

- Anyone who enjoys real food and wants to know how to grow organically.

- People interested in sustainable and empowering lifestyles.

- Those who like connecting with like-minded people.

- Earth lovers seeking solutions that aid in personal and community stability and want to take action.

- Anyone interested in completing their Permaculture Design Certificate to be a designer themselves.

What you get...

- Awesome notes and supporting documents for the theory to match the on-ground learning.

- Practical examples of permaculture in action, with useful gardening techniques for sub/tropical climates.

- Design and gardening strategies to apply in your landscape, all aligning with the theory presented in this intensive weekend.

- The basics of how to design resilient systems, relevant techniques and strategies for urban to acreage land, including;

+ Observation of natural energies - how to read a landscape

+ Edible, nutrient-rich plants that grow in the tropics and subtropics (growing and propagating)

+ History of PERManent agriCULTURE

+ Effective garden strategies

+ Composting and soil fertility

+ Annual vegetable garden systems

+ Incredible edible perennial food gardens

+ Tropical food forests

+ Water systems

+ Useful tools

+ Social permaculture

Whether your landscape is a balcony, home, garden or farm, you will gain a solid understanding of the permaculture principles to apply sustainable design to your space.

About the workshop:

- Venue: Enkindle School, James Cook University Townsville.

- 9 to 5 pm both days

- Unlimited cuppa's all day with morning & afternoon tea provided (BYO a plate for the shared feast for lunch)

PLEASE NOTE: ticket refunds can provided (minus a $50 admin fee) until 2 weeks before the event date, by requesting in writing. After this date, no refund will be provided, however your ticket can be transfered for use at a future event.

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Building 30

James Cook University

Douglas, QLD 4811

Australia

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