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Wet Tropics PDC at Established Costa Rica Homestead -- Feb 2-14

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Location: La Esperanza de Atirro, Turrialba, Costa Rica
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Internationally Accredited Permaculture Designer Certification
PRI Finca Quijote, Costa Rica
Wet Tropics PDC
February 2 - 14, 2015


Finca Quijote is a Wet Tropics Permaculture Educational and Demonstration Farm. The family run farm of 517 hectares is deep in the Costa Rican Wet Tropics. Your hosts, Ginnee, Felipe, Erika, and William have ten years of experience on the developing of sustainable systems and healing the lands from decades of neglect. Composting, hydro-electric, bio-digester, plant nurseries, and native forage crop development are just a few of the sustainable systems being used. Visitors, students and researchers are welcomed and treated to a truly beautiful, protected, and wild landscape. All foods for meals are grown locally or on-site. A truly off-grid homestead.

PDC and specialty classes are taught by certified instructors from the Permaculture Research Institute and by practicing specialists.Study permaculture and the tropics in the setting of a completed Costa Rica forest homestead. See the permaculture principles in action in this totally off grid farm with hydro-electric system, water cycling, catch, and store and solar hot water facilities.

This is an internationally accredited Permaculture Designer Certification Course.
The course is a minimum of 72 hours of instruction by approved instructors delivering the designer curriculum of Bill Mollison, the founder of Permaculture, and guided by the standards of the Permaculture Research Institute.
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