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Permaculture Teacher Training Course in the Pacific NW - Sept. 2012  RSS feed

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Learn a revolutionary new way of teaching! Apply the principles of Permaculture to the teaching of Permaculture. In this fun, interactive course, you will learn powerful techniques gleaned from the wisdom of experienced Permaculture teachers from around the globe.

This is a 7-day residential Permaculture course. We will cover every aspect of being an exciting and effective Permaculture educator. It's located at Seattle Tilth Farm Works Farm in Auburn, WA, a beautiful farm setting.

The course is Sept. 8-14, 2012. Tuition is $975 and includes delicious meals and snacks made from freshly harvested and mostly organic foods, bunk lodging, 7 days of instruction, insight, connection, fun and optional evening programs. Class materials, handouts and the 200+ page Permaculture Curriculum (with  all of the secrets to the realm!) will also be provided.

Plan ahead for this life changing experience!
Find out more: http://seattletilth.org/learn/classes-and-workshops/permacultureteachertraining
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