Our course is the classic, official 72-hour Permaculture Design Certificate Course (PDC) as taught by the founders of Permaculture – Bill Mollison and David Holmgren.
The full Permaculture Design Course (PDC) is a 72- hour intensive program. This course involves study modules supported by practical exercises, photos, fieldwork and videos.
Upon successful completion of the Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course, graduates receive the official, internationally-recognized Permaculture Design Certificate.
Course is open-enrollment (start anytime), and is taught by Dr. Alan Enzo and other highly-qualified teachers from the Permaculture Education Center at PermacultureEducation.com See our website for more information and to enroll!
Introduction to Permaculture Design Course Online:
This course covers the first section of the full Permaculture Design Certificate Course, as taught by the founders of Permaculture - Bill Mollison and David Holmgren.
This introductory course covers the ethics and principles of Permaculture and Natural Systems Design, as well as providing some ideas you can experiment with immediately in your home and on the land.
The Introduction to Permaculture Course includes the first section (about 1/4 of the full 72-hour Permaculture Design Certificate Course, or 18 credit hours).
Intro students moving on to the full PDC course will already have a substantial foundation in the Permaculture Ethics and Principles.
This introductory course covers the principles and ethics of Permaculture Design, and provides several ideas you can experiment with immediately in your home and on your land.
The Introduction To Permaculture Course includes:
Introduction: What Is Permaculture
Ethics of Permaculture Design
Natural Systems Design
Course is open-enrollment (start anytime), and is taught by highly-qualified teachers from the Permaculture Education Center
See our website for more information and to enroll!
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