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Intro to Permaculture Weekend Workshop at the Bullock's Permaculture Homestead! May 24-26, 2013

 
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Introduction to Permaculture Weekend Workshop

When: May 24 - 26 2013
Where: At the Bullock's 30 year old Permaculture Homestead, Orcas Island, WA

Instructors: Douglas Bullock, Sam Bullock & Dave Boehnlein



Includes:

Tour, lecture, hand-on projects, presentations, group discussion, and networking. We will cover Permaculture design theory & practice, forest gardening, perennial food systems, plant propagation, efficient water & energy systems, fertility management - beneficial plants/healthy soils, and ecological systems as a model for human communities.



Course Tuition: $200; includes delicious, mostly organic meals & materials. Camping space is provided. Payment is due upon course registration. Course is limited to 50 participants.

For more info or to register contact:
Dave Boehnlein
360-840-8483
info@permacultureportal.com
http://permacultureportal.com
 
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