This November, the Academy for Earth Sustainability is hosting a PDC with the father of Indian permaculture, Narsanna Koppola. For nearly three decades, Narsanna's environmental-humanitarian work has empowered thousands communities, providing employment and education around successful techniques in sustainable agriculture.
This permaculture-in-action course equips students with the perspectives and skills to observe and interact with the patterns and rhythms of nature to create beautiful, abundant and resilient farms and homes. The course has an emphasis on hands-on learning, with students actively contributing to the development of a permaculture farm. Students will leave with the confidence to implement diverse principles and techniques in their own projects at home.
Moreover, this course integrates the sustainable farming skills of permaculture with conscious living practices of yoga, meditation and Ayurveda. Applied together, these practices enable people to live in peace and harmony with their environment, and to develop holistic solutions for regenerative stewarding of the land.