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I just exchanged some email with the folks at permaculture.net, and they have asked me to point out their directory of global permaculture courses at:


If you know of a course, please post it there.  If you are seeking a course, have a look!

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Hi Everyone,
Just a note, in case people are looking here for courses in their area....

When you go looking into Permaculture Design Certificate Courses, PLEASE be sure to ask the organizers WHO the teachers are, and find out the teacher's credentials!
All teachers MUST have a Permaculture Design Certificate, given by a certified teacher, and most teachers suggest that all teachers have some EXPERIENCE-either a Perm. Teaching Course or hands-on practice of at least two years...

This ensures that YOU get the information that Bill Mollison intended for you to get at a PDC, and that you are qualified to do designs, teach, etc. yourself.

WHY do I say this? Because unfortunately there ARE bogus teachers and under-educated teachers out there.

SO ASK! It's up to you as the consumer to make sure you are getting what you pay for!
The glass is neither half full or half empty. It is too big. But this tiny ad is just right:
It's like binging on 7 seasons of your favorite netflix permaculture show
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