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Are there any permaculture classes where I can take my kid with me?

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I'm looking to start a permaculture food forest next year when we can get our land we've been eyeing. I really want to go to a hands on course to get some experience before I dive in head-long. The issue is that I have a four year old son who I have to take with me. Does anyone know of a place that would be willing to have a little hobbit sized helper (he's really well behaved)?
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Location: west marin, bay area california. sandy loam, well drained, acidic soil and lots of shade
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I know a women who told me she took her son with her. She took the course at the Regenerative Design Institute and Permaculture Institute which is in Bolinas California. probably a lot of other places are ok with it.
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