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This-Land’s 6th Annual 2013 Winter Weekend Permaculture Design Certification (PDC): Starting in March
We are pleased to share with you This-Land’s 6th Annual Winter Permaculture Design Certification. The Course will kick off March 1st and run through March 24th. Class is friday evening, all day saturday & part of Sunday (no class on friday 3/15 & sunday 3/17). This course will teach you how to design and begin to implement the creation of a regenerative culture, the path of the next millenium, starting at your back door. We will cover the basics of Permaculture design principles and methods, foundations of ecology, agriculture modeled after nature, regenerative building, roof to river water management, foundations of renewable energy, resilient community design and much more. This course is taught by Braden Trauth, Doug Crouch of Treeyo Permaculture, and our crew of 12 teachers from Grailville, Enright Urban Ecovillage, Wind Dance Farm and much more. This course is a life changing event and has inspired and impacted the lives of 80 students in the Cincinnati Region.
To Register or for Questions: Please Contact Braden at Info@This-Land.org or by phone at 513-569-2579
Course Fee: If you register before February 1st, the course is only $500, $550 after. Also if you bring a friend it will be $450 for each of you. Financial Assistance is also available.
We hope you can join us and evolve into the 21st century when humanity becomes locally activated and Globally Harmonized!

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